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EMANUELA BORGNINO
PhD Student, Cultural & Social Anthropology at University of Milano Bicocca, Italy

Administrative areas: Hawaii
Places: Polynesia
Keywords: Eco-anthropology, Environment, Indigenous Peoples Rights, Post-Colonialism, Native Title, Ecology of relations


Pefi KINGI

Administrative areas: New Zealand, Niue
Places: Polynesia
Keywords: Women's Associations, Youth, Indigenization, Indigenous Epistemology, Indigenous Agency, Indigenous Peoples Rights, Indigenous Mobility, Indigenous Inquiry, Informal Education, Children


Michael MAIN
PhD Student, School of Culture, History & Language at Australian National University, Australia

Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea
Places: Melanesia
Keywords: Cultural Change, Development, Social Change, Violence, Weapons, Mining and its Discontents, Materiality, Language Change, Indigenous Agency, Indigenous Peoples Rights


Anaïs MAURER
Assistant Professor, Visiting, French and Italian at Colby Collge, United States

Administrative areas: French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Wallis and Futuna, Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Hawaii, Guam
Places: Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia
Keywords: Colonial Politic, Postcolonial Literatures, Nuclear Issues, Nationalism, Colonial Imagination, Contemporary Literatures, Decolonisation, Ecology, Ethnicity, Feminism


Min Yen ONG
Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Music at University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Administrative areas: Fiji, Hawaii
Places: Melanesia, Polynesia
Keywords: Applied Ethnomusicology, Agency, Oral Tradition, Cultural Change, Cultural Heritage, Disaster, Feeling of Belonging, Indigenous Peoples Rights, Resilience, Song


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Some figures...

The database of experts counts today 1069 profiles, of which 532 are publicly accessible, while 537 have chosen to remain private.

These persons have defined 625 unique keywords in which they situate their research interests and expertise.

They have also defined and described 585 'experiences' (research and teaching activities, consulting work, or applied projects) in which they have contributed.