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Reserachers working on MORALITY (alphabetical order)
Quentin ATKINSON Associate Professor, School of Psychology at University of Auckland, New Zealand Administrative areas: Vanuatu, New Zealand Places: Polynesia, Melanesia Keywords: Environment, Land Management, Social Network Analysis, Morality, Ritual
John BARKER Professor, Anthropology at University of British Columbia, Canada Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Art, Christianisation, Christianity, Colonial Imagination, Conservation, Cultural Heritage, Environment, First Contacts, Forestry, Historical Imagination
Niko BESNIER Professor, Anthropology at Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands Administrative areas: Tuvalu, Tonga, Wallis and Futuna, American Samoa, Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia Places: Polynesia Keywords: Gender, Sexuality, Globalization, Body Theory, Food and Nutrition, Sport, Morality, Christianity, Conflict, Economic Anthropology
John COX Research Fellow, Institute for Human Security and Social Change at La Trobe University, Australia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Fiji Places: Melanesia, Micronesia Keywords: Christianity, Citizenship, Class, Climate Change, Cultural Change, Democracy, Development, Development Media, Economic Anthropology, Economy and Finance
Matti ERÄSAARI Research Fellow, Social Anthropology at University of Manchester, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Fiji Places: Polynesia, Melanesia Keywords: Value, Exchanges, Time, Morality, Egalitarianism, Cosmology
Yannick FER Research Fellow, Groupe Sociétés religions laïcités at CNRS - Centre National pour la Recherche Scientifique, France Administrative areas: Cook Islands, French Polynesia, New Zealand Places: Polynesia Keywords: Christianity, Social Change, Politics, Emotions, Feeling of Belonging, French Overseas Territories, Migration, Morality, Religion, Institution
Jordan HAUG PhD Student, Anthropology Department at University of California San Diego, United States Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Milne Bay (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, Louisiade archipelago, Misima Island Keywords: Mining and its Discontents, Mining, Morality, Christianity, Political Anthropology, Myth, Leadership, Inequality, Egalitarianism, Epistemology
Alan JONES Adjunct Professor, Department of Linguistics at Macquarie University, Australia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia, Polynesia Keywords: Austronesian Languages, Emotion Terminology, Anthropology of Knoweldge, Anthropology of Ontology, Language-Culture-Cognition, Linguistic Reconstruction, Myth, Morality, Narratives, Custom
Rena LEDERMAN Professor, Anthropology Department at Princeton University, United States Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Exchanges, Economic Anthropology, Political Process, Gender, Morality, Social Organization, Sorcery, Time, Ritual, Property
Benedicta ROUSSEAU Lecturer, Anthropology Programme at University of Waikato, New Zealand Administrative areas: Vanuatu Places: Melanesia Keywords: Disaster, Economic Anthropology, Leadership, Law and Culture, Morality, Sovereignty, Urban Identity, Elections, Kastom, Infrastructure
Karen SYKES Professor, Social Anthropology at University of Manchester, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Australia, Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia, Australia (area) Keywords: Migration, Education, Egalitarianism, Ethics, Morality, Urban, Democracy, Economic Anthropology, Death and Bereavement, Age and Aging
Bratrud TOM Senior Lecturer, Department of Social Anthropology at University of Oslo, Norway Administrative areas: Malampa (Vanuatu), Shefa (Vanuatu), Vanuatu Places: Melanesia, Vanuatu Keywords: Morality, Social Change, Social Organization, Complexity, Politics, Climate Change, Cosmology, Christianity, Sorcery
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