Profile: Hans Peter Hansen

IMG_0197Assistant Professor, PhD, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Expertise: Deliberative democracy & natural resource management, facilitation of participatory processes, sustainability, hunting & society, wildlife management, science and values.

Training: Master in Technological and Socio-Economic Planning (M. Tech. Soc.), PhD in Social Science

Contact: hans.hansen [at] slu [dot] se

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Profile: Gary Marvin

s200_garry.marvinProfessor of Human-Animal Studies (Anthropology), University of Roehampton.

Expertise: The main focus of his research is that of human / animal relationships and he has written on bullfighting, cockfighting and zoos. For the past few years he has been conducting anthropological fieldwork on foxhunting in England and he is now writing a book on the culture(s) and meaning(s) of foxhunting. His other main research projects are a study of the cultural history of the wolf; the experiences and activities of sports hunters; taxidermised hunting trophies.Read More »

Profile: Erica Von Essen

288pievPhD Researcher in Environmental Communication, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Uppsala.

Expertise: hunting; wildlife management; animal ethics; political philosophy; environmental communication.

Training: PhD Researcher in Environmental Communication, Masters of Science in Sustainable Development, Bachelor in Geography and Cultural Anthropology. 

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Profile: Christian Gamborg

gamborgAssociate Professor, PhD,                            University of Copenhagen

Expertise: Environmental ethics, conservation, hunting, natural resource ethics, bioethics, wildlife values, sustainability, conflict management

Training: MSc natural resource management, PhD in bioethics

Contact: chg [at]

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Profile: Andrea Zuppi

zuppiExpertise: Relations between hunted mammals and the hunters and between bred mammals and birds and their herders in rural France.

Interests: environmental anthropology, anthropology of human-animal/plant relations, ontological anthropology, anthropology of rationality and irrationality, anthropology of representations of life.

Training: BA Social Anthropology University of Kent (2012), MA Ethnology and Social Anthropology at l’EHESS (2015).

Contact: azuppi [at] hotmail [dot] it

Profile: Brian Campbell

brianI am a social anthropologist focusing on the politics of multiculturalism in North Africa and Southern Europe, with particular interest in the Spanish Enclaves of Morocco (Ceuta and Melilla) and Malta. Currently I am pursuing my interest in social conflict and resolution by doing ethnographic and multidisciplinary research on the politics of conservation and the destructive conflict between hunters and NGOs in Malta.

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Profile: Abraham Heinemann

abraham-heinemannExpertise: Hunting, Shooting, Subsistence Fishing, Northern Cyprus, Bureaucracy, Masculinity, Eastern Mediterranean Historical-Ecology, Complexity, Social Reproduction, Turtle Conservation.

Training: Social Anthropology BA, Environmental Anthropology MA,      PhD Candidate, School Science Teacher

Contact: abrahamheinemann[at]gmail[dot]com

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