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Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit


PhD Student on Pathways to Understanding the Changing Climate


My PhD research focuses on the interchange between land and labour in East Anglia; how working in a particular landscape shapes both the people and the places concerned. I am also conducting a subsidiary research project on the role of sustainability discourses in the grassroots campaign against shale gas extraction in the United Kingdom.

From August 2014-August 2015, I carried out fieldwork in the Broadland region of Norfolk working with land management professionals, with a view to understanding how their experience of the land shapes their attitude towards environmental issues more broadly.


Europe; Land Management and the Environment; Eco-Activism; Political Economy; Paganism and Neo-Druidry; The Anthropology of Experience; Materiality.

Not available for consultancy