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Reserachers working on DEATH AND BEREAVEMENT (alphabetical order)
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
Frederick H. DAMON Professor, Department of Anthropology at University of Virginia, United States Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Australia (area), Papua New Guinea Keywords: Austronesian Prehistory, Climate Change, Complexity, Death and Bereavement, Ecology, Economic Anthropology, Ethnobotany, Exchanges, Kula, Mortuary Rites
Christian DÖHLER (DOEHLER) PhD Student, School of Culture, History and Language at Australian National University, Australia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Western (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, Western Province (Fly) Keywords: Environment, Language Documentation, Language Change, Language Shift, Language Socialization, Language-Culture-Cognition, Linguistic Anthropology, Linguistic Description, Myth, Music and Languages
Roger Ivar LOHMANN Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology at Trent University, Canada Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, Sandaun (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, West Sepik (Sandaun) Keywords: Christianisation, Conflict Management, Cosmology, Death and Bereavement, Dreams, Ethnopsychology, Language Documentation, Memory, Myth, Religion
Marika MOISSEEFF Research Fellow, Laboratoire d'anthropologie sociale at CNRS - Centre National pour la Recherche Scientifique, France Administrative areas: Australia Places: Australia (area), South Australia Keywords: Cosmology, Death and Bereavement, Emotions, Gender, Health, Identity, Indigenous Politics, Justice, Kinship, Landscape
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
Jonathon PRASAD , Department of Religious Studies at Lancaster University, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Fiji Places: Polynesia Keywords: Body Theory, Cognitive Anthropology, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Imagination, Conceptual Model, Cultural Geography, Dance, Death and Bereavement, Diasporas, Epistemology
Gunter SENFT Professor, Language and Cognition at MPI for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Death and Bereavement, Development, Emotions, Landscape, Linguistic Anthropology, Navigation, Perception, Poetics, Ritual
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
Borut TELBAN Professor, Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies at Research Centre of Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, East Sepik (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia Keywords: Ritual, Personhood, Social Organization, Kinship, Linguistic Anthropology, Social Change, Christianisation, Cosmology, Poetics, Verbal Art
Eric VENBRUX Professor, CPAS, Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies; Centre for Thanatology at Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands Administrative areas: Australia Places: Australia (area) Keywords: Death and Bereavement, Religion, Ritual, Art, Cultural Heritage
Jerome WHITFIELD , United Kingdom Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Anthropological Fieldwork, Biomedicine, Sorcery, Religion, Medical Anthropology, Mediation, Development, Death and Bereavement, Medical Research, Mortuary Rites
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