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Reserachers working on HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONS (alphabetical order)
Maëlle CALANDRA Postdoctoral Fellow, Laboratoire Magmas et volcans (UMR CNRS 6524; UMR IRD 163) at International Research Centre of Disaster Science and Sustainable Development , France Administrative areas: Vanuatu, French Polynesia Places: Melanesia Keywords: Disaster, Forced Displacement, Disaster Studies, Human-environment Relations, Environmental Migrations, Humanitarian Aid, Post-catastrophe Reconstruction
Christiane FALCK Postdoctoral Fellow, Ethnologisches Institut at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, East Sepik (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia Keywords: Anthropology Of Christianity, Human-environment Relations, Cosmology, Gender, Religion, Personhood, Ontology
Julia FRENGS Associate Professor, Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics at The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States Administrative areas: French Polynesia, New Caledonia Keywords: Cultural Studies, Cultural Production, Decolonization, Disaster, Ecology, Feminism, French Polynesia, French Overseas Territories, Francophone Literatures, Gender
Ian PARKER PhD Student, Department of Anthropology at University of California San Diego, United States Administrative areas: Indonesia, Irian Jaya Barat (Indonesia), Papua (Indonesia) Places: Melanesia, Polynesia, West Papua Keywords: Ethics, Environmental Anthropology, Conservation, Interethnic Relations, Tourism, Social-ecological System, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Human-environment Relations, Religion, Seascapes
Celine TRAVESI Postdoctoral Fellow, CREDO - Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l'Océanie at Aix-Marseille University, CNRS, EHESS, France Administrative areas: Australia, New Caledonia Places: Australia (area), Melanesia Keywords: Anthropology Of Knowing, Indigenous Cosmopolitics, Techniques, Senses, Human-environment Relations, Saltwater People, Indigenous-non-Indigenous Relations, Indigenous Tourism
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