Anthropology of the environment, cultural cognition, ethnobiological knowledge systems; eastern Indonesia
About this Fellow
Middle Eastern ethnography particularly prolonged forced migration, and forced settlement of mobile indigenous peoples as well as biodiversity conservation, sustainable development, and the politics of pastoral livelihoods
- Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Forced Migration, University of Oxford
- Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Forced Migration, University of Oxford, 2016
Communications and Media Studies USA, Canada and/or Mexico
The anthropology of kinship with particular reference to Malaysia & Britain, domestic relations, historical migration, the house, adoption reunions, kinship & memory, bodily substance, the interface between popular & medical ideas about blood.
Social theory and human geography; colonial power, late modern war and military occupation in the Middle East; Orientalism and cultures of travel in Egypt, 1780-1920.