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Professor Dame Henrietta L Moore FBA

About this Fellow

Social and Cultural Anthropology

Website: http://www.henriettalmoore.com/

Appointments

Current post

  • Director, UCL Institute for Global Prosperity and Chair of Culture, Philosophy and Design

Past Appointments

  • Deputy Director, London School of Economics and Political Science University of London, 2002 - 2005
  • Professor of Social Anthropology, London School of Economics and Political Science, London School of Economics and Political Science University of London, 1997 - 2009
  • William Wyse Chair of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, 2008 - 2014
  • Director Culture and Knowledge Programme, Centre for Global Governance, London School of Economics and Political Science University of London, 2005
  • Director of the Gender Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science University of London, 1994 - 1999
  • Director, UCL Institute for Global Prosperity and Chair of Culture, Philosophy and Design, University College London, 2014

British Academy Appointments

  • Member of Council, 2012 - 2015

Publications

Space Text and Gender: an Anthropological Study of the Marakwet of Kenya

Henrietta L. Moore, 1986 The Guildford Press

Other Anthropology and Geography Fellows

Professor Michael Goodchild

The representation and analysis of phenomena distributed in space and time, especially the space of the Earth's surface; the application of geographic information systems to research in the social sciences and humanities.

Professor Philippe Descola

The ethnology of Amazonian Indians, especially of their use and perception of the environment; the comparative anthropology of the relations between nature and society

Professor Susan Owens

Environmental governance: relations between land use planning, environment & sustainability; policy processes in modern democracies, especially the role of knowledge, ideas & advice in policy formation & change.

Professor Felix Driver

Historical geography of British empire & exploration, eighteenth to twentieth centuries; histories of collecting, visual culture & geographical knowledge

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