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Reserachers working on LIFE-CYCLE EXCHANGES (alphabetical order)
Pascale BONNEMÈRE Senior Research Fellow, CREDO - Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l'Océanie at Aix-Marseille University, CNRS, EHESS, France Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia, Papua New Guinea Keywords: Ritual, Gender, Kinship, Local/Folk Classification, First Contacts, Christianisation, Ethnobotany, Exchanges, Great-men Societies, Life-cycle Exchanges
Viola CARMILLA Independent researcher, Italy Administrative areas: Samoa, New Zealand Places: Polynesia Keywords: Cultural Change, Diasporas, Exchanges, Globalization, Life-cycle Exchanges, Literature, Migration, Post-Colonialism, Postcolonial Literatures, Power and Resistance
Sophie CHAVE-DARTOEN Associate Professor, Anthropology Department / Passagess UMR CNRS 5319 at Université de Bordeaux, France Administrative areas: Wallis and Futuna Places: Polynesia Keywords: Agency, Categorization, Cognitive Anthropology, Cultural Technology, Kinship, Life-cycle Exchanges, Linguistic Anthropology, Names and Naming, Ritual, Social Change
Elisabetta GNECCHI-RUSCONE Independent researcher, Dipartimento di Scienze Umane per la Formazione at Università di Milano Bicocca, Italy Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Northern (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia Keywords: Art, Christianisation, Colonial Discourse, Cosmology, Cultural Heritage, Domestic Space, First Contacts, Identity, History, Life-cycle Exchanges
Stéphanie LECLERC-CAFFAREL Contractual researcher, Anthropology Department, National Museum of Natural History at Smithsonian Institution, United States Administrative areas: Fiji Places: Polynesia, Melanesia Keywords: Agency, Art, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Museums, Body, Ceremonial discourse, Colonial Imagination, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Culture-nature Relations, Custom
Anthony J. PICKLES Research Fellow, Division of Anthropology at Cambridge University, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Big-manship, Categorization, Complexity, Conceptual Model, Corruption, Economic Anthropology, Economy and Finance, Exchanges, First Contacts, History
Almut SCHNEIDER Contractual researcher, Institue of Ethnology at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Western Highlands (Papua New Guinea), Milne Bay (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia Keywords: Kinship, Social Change, Ritual, Exchanges, Social Organization, Land Tenure, Gender, Life-cycle Exchanges, Plant Domestication, Social-ecological System
Alice SERVY Assistant Professor, LPED - Laboratoire Population Environnement Développement at Aix-Marseille University, IRD (France), France Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Kiribati Places: Melanesia, Micronesia Keywords: Health, Sexuality, Gender, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), Family Planning, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Sex Workers, Youth, Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
Rachel E. SMITH Research Fellow, Social Anthropology at University of Cambridge, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Shefa (Vanuatu), Penama (Vanuatu) Places: Melanesia, Vanuatu, Port Vila, Shepherd Islands, Other Vanuatu Islands Keywords: Economic Anthropology, Work, Life-cycle Exchanges, Kinship, Land Tenure, Labour Mobility, Christianity, Ritual And Religion, Ethics, Kava
Marilyn STRATHERN Professor emeritus, Social Anthropology at Cambridge University, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Western Highlands (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, Western Highlands Keywords: Gender, Law and Culture, Visualization and Representation, Urbanization, Social Organization, Personhood, Life-cycle Exchanges, Exchanges, Colonial Discourse
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