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Reserachers working on NEO-COLONIALISM (alphabetical order)
Kalissa ALEXEYEFF Senior Lecturer at University of Melbourne, Australia Administrative areas: Cook Islands, Samoa Places: Polynesia Keywords: Gender, Body, Class, Dance, Development, Diasporas, Economic Anthropology, Emotions, Ethics, Feminism
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
Laurence Marshall CARUCCI Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Montana State University, United States Administrative areas: Marshall Islands Places: Marshall Islands Keywords: Adoption, Age and Aging, Anthropological Fieldwork, Body, Christianity, Climate Change, Climate Change Migration, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Literature, Colonialism
Sue FARRAN Professor, Law at Northumbria University, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Pitcairn Islands, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Marshall Islands Keywords: Customary Law, Gender, Land Tenure, Neo-Colonialism, Post-Colonialism, Sustainability, Development, Children, Legal Pluralism
Claudia GUALTIERI Assistant Professor, Dept. of Humanities (Dept. of Studies in Language Mediatiton and Intercultural Communication) at The University of Milan, Italy Administrative areas: Australia Places: Australia (area) Keywords: Rights Of The Unborn And Future Generations, Anti-colonial, Cultural Studies, Spatial Theory, Postcolonial Literatures, Neo-Colonialism, Interdisciplinarity, Human Rights, Heritage, Colonial Discourse
Silja KLEPP Professor, Institute of Geography at Kiel University, Germany Administrative areas: Fiji, Kiribati Places: Micronesia, Polynesia Keywords: Climate Change, Colonial Discourse, Cutural Change, Eco-anthropology, Environment, Epistemology, Governance, Labour Mobility, Legal Pluralism, Neo-Colonialism
Jari KUPIAINEN Senior Lecturer, Media at Karelia University of Applied Sciences, Finland Administrative areas: Solomon Islands, Rennell and Bellona (Solomon Islands), Western (Solomon Islands) Places: Melanesia, Polynesia Keywords: Art, Audiovisual and Media, Agency, Christianisation, Cognitive Anthropology, Colonial Discourse, Complexity, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Production
Sylvie LARGEAUD-ORTEGA Associate Professor, English literature and culture at University of French Polynesia, French Polynesia Administrative areas: French Polynesia Places: Polynesia Keywords: Anti-colonial, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Imagination, Colonial Literature, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Studies, Engaged Anthropology, First Contacts, Francophone Literatures, Gender
Anaïs MAURER PhD Student, Department of French and Romance Philology & Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University, 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
Hermann MUECKLER Professor, Department for Social and Cultural Anthropology at University of Vienna, Austria Administrative areas: Fiji, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Rapanui - Easter Island (Chile) Places: Melanesia, Polynesia Keywords: Historical Imagination, Mission History, Post-Colonialism, Neo-Colonialism, Colonialism, Conflict Management, Cultural Studies, History, Material Culture, Peace And Conflict
Yasmine MUSHARBASH Senior Lecturer, Anthropology at University of Sydney, Australia Administrative areas: Australia, Northern Territory (Australia), Queensland (Australia) Places: Central Australia, Torres Strait Keywords: Emotions, Personhood, Senses, Social Change, Body Theory, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Neo-Colonialism, Domestic Space, Monsters, Death and Bereavement
Gordon NANAU Administrative areas: Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, Tonga Places: Melanesia, Polynesia, Micronesia Keywords: Conflict, Cultural Studies, Development, Education, Gender, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Inter-ethnic Relations, Land Tenure, Mining and its Discontents, Natural Resources
Károly Sándor PALLAI Research Fellow, Department of French and Francophone Studies at Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary Administrative areas: Wallis and Futuna, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, New Caledonia, Kiribati, Hawaii, French Polynesia, Fiji, Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, Niue, Tuvalu, Tonga Places: Polynesia Keywords: Contemporary Literatures, Francophone Literatures, Identity, Postcolonial Literatures, French Overseas Territories, Post-Colonialism, Narratives, Literature, Cultural Studies, Colonial Imagination
Annick THOMASSIN PhD Student, Department of Anthropology/Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at McGill University/Australian National University, Australia Administrative areas: Australia Places: Australia (area), Melanesia Keywords: Bureaucratization, Fisheries, Neo-Colonialism, Political Ecology, Political Economy, Property, Self-Determination, Social-ecological System, Natural Resources, Torres Strait
Toon VAN MEIJL Professor, Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies - Dept. of Anthropology and Development Studies at Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands Administrative areas: New Zealand, Fiji, Hawaii, Tonga Places: Polynesia Keywords: Anti-colonial, Climate Change, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Imagination, Corporations, Cultural Heritage, Identity, Indigenous Politics, Intellectual Property Rights, Land Dispute
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