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Socio-legal studies; legal and colonial history; disputing systems; gender; space; temporality; property theory; kinship; cooperatives and mutualism; Pacific ethnography.
Economic Anthropology; Ethics; Energy; Finance; Resource Extraction; Economic Geography; Ethnography; Quantitative Methods
Head of School
Professor of Historical Anthropology
Energy ethics and climate change, economic and religious life.
Religious life; rationalisation, disenchantment, and unknowing; environmental change; and the relationship between human life and deep time in the UK and Mongolia.
History, Borderlands, Hauntology, Trauma, Death and the dead, Material Culture, Religious Pluralism, Genealogy, Heritage and Post-Conflict societies.
History and Anthropology, Economic Anthropology, Anthropology of the Future, Anthropology of Crisis, Time and Temporality, Renewable Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, Modern Greece, European (especially Balkan and Mediterranean) Anthropology, Michel Serres
Evening Degree Co-ordinator (Social Anthropology)
Urban anthropology; anthrozoology; anthropology of performance, literature and the senses
Professor of Medical Anthropology
Medical Anthropology, Medical History, Epidemics, Zoonosis, Plague, Global Health, Epistemology, Medical Visual Culture, Colonial Medicine, Multispecies Anthropology
Dr Cecilia McCallum
Professorial Fellow in Amerindian Studies
Mr Antonio Montanes Jimenez
Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology
Political Anthropology, Minorities, Displacement, Equality and Diversity, Children, Governance, Civil Society, Violence and Crime, Cold War, Silence, Performance and Dance, Death, Italy, Greece, Brazil, Turkey
CEE Senior Policy Fellow
resource extraction, stakeholder engagement, mining, Papua New Guinea, social impacts, Melanesia