Tag archives for Anthropology

Daniella McCahey

Daniella McCahey, University of Idaho Daniella McCahey is a Lecturer in the History Department at the University of Idaho, where she teaches courses on the history of science and the history of modern Europe. She received her PhD from the University of California, Irvine in 2018 for research on the history of science in the […]

Kimberley Norris

Kimberley Norris, University of Tasmania Kimberley Norris is a Clinical Psychologist and Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Tasmania. Her overarching research interests focus on human adaptation, health, behaviour and performance in both normal and extreme environments. Kimberley is the consultant clinical psychologist for the Australian Antarctic Division, and Associate Member of the SCAR-COMNAP […]

Claire Warrior

Claire Warrior, Royal Museums Greenwich / Scott Polar Research Institute Claire works on the history of material culture and museum collections from the Polar regions. Her PhD research used anthropological theory to examine how British polar histories are generated and sustained, particularly looking at the roles of the family and museum. She has also researched the […]

Susanna Ferrar

Susanna Ferrar, University of London and University of Canterbury (NZ) (past) Research projects/ interests The Discovery Expedition 1901-04 Anthropology Music For publications: get in touch. Keywords: Exploration, Discovery Expedition, Anthropology, Music

Interview with Antarctic Anthropologist

‪‎HASSEG‬ members Jessica O’Reilly recently had her project profiled on the Glacier Hub website. Jessica’s paper “Sensing the ice: field science, models, and expert intimacy with knowledge,” was published in the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute in April 2016, In the associated interview, she discusses her findings about the deep connection field scientists and […]

Ashley Meredith

Ashley Meredith, University of Tampa Ashley lectures at the University of Tampa and St. Petersburg College. Concurrently, she collaborates with the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce on tourism policy and development in St. Petersburg, Florida. Her research focuses on resident and visitor perceptions of the city including the relevance of local and global contexts. She […]

Craig Cormick

Dr Craig Cormick Dr Craig Cormick is an award-winning science communicator and author. He has been an Antarctic Arts Fellow, travelling to all three Australian mainland bases. His published work include: In Bed with Douglas Mawson (New Holland Press, 2011) and Shackleton’s Drift (Mockingbird Press, 2009), and several interpretive short stories and articles. Research projects/ […]

Nelson Soto Santibáñez

Nelson Soto Santibáñez, Universidad Católica del Norte & Universidad de Tarapacá Nelson Soto Santibáñez is an anthropologist and cultural manager. He is an Associate Investigator of the project “White Landscapes”, coordinated by Dr. Andrés Zarankin, LEACH-UFMG (Brazil). With the purpose of understanding the scientific and military strategies to inhabit and colonize Antarctica, he conducted ethnographic work […]

Juan Francisco Salazar

Juan Francisco Salazar, University of Western Sydney Dr. Juan F. Salazar is an anthropologist and media producer. He is currently a Senior Lecturer in Communication and Media Studies at the School of Humanities and Communication Arts. His research interests and expertise centre on media anthropology, environmental communication, climate change, and cultural studies of Antarctica. As a […]