Tag archives for Values

Katie Marx

Katie Marx, University of Tasmania     Katie is a PhD candidate at the University of Tasmania studying inclusive community engagement within the ‘Gateway’ or ‘Custodial’ cities. With a background in social services and participatory design, Katie aims to explore how community development approaches can be applied in an Antarctic context to foster diverse and collaborative […]

Jianye Tang

Jianye Tang, Shanghai Ocean University Dr. TANG Jianye is a professor at Shanghai Ocean University in China. He has been focusing himself since 2010 on research about polar law and policy relating to marine living resources. He has been involved extensively in Antarctic and Artic meetings, including CCAMLR Annual meeting since 2010 and six rounds […]

Claudia Andrea Silva

Claudia Silvia, Universidad del Salvador (Argentina); FLACSO Argentina Claudia Silva is a Doctoral Candidate on International Relations at Universidad del Salvador.She obtained a Master in Public Administration degree (with honors) from Harvard University, an Expert Diploma on Evaluation of Public Policy from Sevilla University and a degree in Economics from Argentine Catholic University (UCA). She […]

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 […]

Edythe Weeks

Edythe Weeks, Northern Arizona University Edythe Weeks is a returning lecturer for the Ethnic Studies Program at Northern Arizona University. She is an author, professor and Fulbright Specialist who has been undertaking short-term collaborative projects with counterparts Mexico and Russia. Irrespective of the location or subject matter, Weeks aims to prepare future scholars fo emerging […]

Waldemar Fontes

Waldemar Fontes, Uruguayan Antarctic Institute & Uruguayan Antarctic Association “Antarkos” Center of Studies Waldemar Fontes has been working in Antarctic related fields since 1999. He was the Commander of the Uruguayan Scientific Base Artigas in the winters of 2000, 2007 and also 2009, and was a Member of the Board of the Uruguayan Antarctic Institute […]

Vishnu Namboodiri

K. M. Vishnu Namboodiri, Mar Thoma College Thiruvalla K. M. Vishnu Namboodiri is presently the Head of Department of History at Mat Thoma College Thiruvalla, India. He has a deeply routed interest in environmental conservation and studying the history of the same. His area of specialization is regional history, policy-making processes and tourism prospect analysis. […]

Laurence Cordonnery

Laurence Cordonnery, University of Tasmania Research projects/ interests Values in Antarctica For publications: click here or get in touch. Keywords: Values

Arnaud Humbert

Arnaud Humbert, University of Canterbury Arnaud Humbert is a Global Marketing Senior Executive, an Explorer and a Fine Art Photographer. Member of the Explorers Club, Arnaud is a Graduated Mechanical Engineer (HEI Lille, France), holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced International Relations (CEDS Paris, France) and an Executive MBA in General Management & Strategy (HEC […]

Pat Maher

Pat Maher, Cape Breton University Pat Maher is an Associate Professor of Community Studies and Outdoor Leadership at Cape Breton University.  As a Commonwealth Scholar, he completed doctoral research in the Ross Sea region, supported by Antarctic New Zealand. He has also worked in the Antarctic Peninsula as a faculty member for two expeditions run […]

Hong Ching Goh

Hong Ching Goh, University of Malaya Hong Ching Goh is a senior lecturer at the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Built Environment, University of Malaya. She holds a Doctor of Natural Science (Geography) from Bonn University, Germany. Her research focus includes nature conservation and governance of tourism in protected area, as well […]

Gary Steel

Dr Gary Steel, Lincoln University Gary Steel (BA(Hons) (VicBC) MA PhD (BrCol)) is a senior lecturer at Lincoln University, New Zealand, and an Adjunct Senior Fellow at Gateway Antarctica, The University of Canterbury. He has a particular interest in psychological adaptation and adjustment to extreme and unusual environments, and has worked with Antarctica New Zealand, […]

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/ […]

Anna Thompson-Carr

Anna Thompson-Carr, University of Otago Anna ( PhD, (University of Otago), is a senior lecturer and co-director of the Centre for Recreation Research. Prior to academia she worked in various NZ national parks for the Departments of Conservation/Lands and Survey. She worked a season at Scott Base (October 1993-January 1994) spending time at the Ross […]

Alejandra Mancilla

Alejandra Mancilla, University of Oslo Alejandra Mancilla is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature, University of Oslo. Her current research focuses on the normative grounds of claims over land and natural resources, and their bearing on questions of State sovereignty. More specifically, she is interested in Antarctica as […]

David Walton

David Walton, British Antarctic Survey Professor David Walton has been a scientist with the British Antarctic Survey for more than 40 years and has visited most parts of Antarctica. Professor Walton has written and edited six books on research in Antarctica, almost 200 peer reviewed scientific papers and 300 other publications including editorial, reviews, and […]

Gabriela Gomez Fell

Gabriela Gomez Fell, Lincoln University Gabriela Gomez Fell is a Masters student at Lincoln University, New Zealand. She grew up in Punta Arenas, a gateway city to Antarctica, which gave her the opportunity to meet explorers and scientists from an early age. Their stories and images enticed her to get involved in Antarctic conservation. Gabriela […]

Tina Tin

Tina Tin, Freelance Consultant   Tina conducted her Ph.D. research on the thickness of Antarctic sea ice at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (USA) and holds a Masters of Engineering from the University of Cambridge (UK). Over the past 10 years, she has been active in environmental advocacy and associated research. Her focus has been […]

Rebecca Jarvis

Rebecca Jarvis, Auckland University of Technology Rebecca Jarvis is a PhD candidate at Auckland University of Technology studying interdisciplinary conservation science and social-ecological systems. Her research explores the interactions between environmental, social, and institutional systems in complex conservation landscapes. Her research integrates (1) network analysis to map the interactions and institutional dynamics of conservation organisations and […]

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 […]

Daniela Liggett

Daniela Liggett, University of Canterbury Daniela Liggett is a senior lecturer at Gateway Antarctica (The University of Canterbury) and is currently the co-chair of the SCAR Humanities and Social Sciences Expert Group. She is particularly interested in qualitative research, which crosses different disciplines and challenges conventional research paradigms. Daniela’s research interests include environmental management and tourism regulation in […]

Proceedings of the SSAG Workshop in Christchurch available

We are pleased to announce the Proceedings of the workshop Exploring Linkages between Environmental Management and Value Systems: The Case of Antarctica, held in December 2011 in Christchurch, New Zealand. The volume is co-edited by Daniela Liggett and Alan D. Hemmings and is published as part of the Gateway Antarctica Special Publication Series. It is […]

SCAR focus on. . . . Humanities

The SCAR December Newsletter included a report of the Social Sciences Action Group participation at the SCAR OSC Portland 2012 This year’s SCAR Open Science Conference (OSC) in Portland, Oregon, marked  the first OSC for the SCAR Social Sciences Action Group (SSAG) to run its own sessions. Dedicated to transpolar social sciences, one of these […]