symposium participants

  • The Problem
    Posed by Michael Adams, Associate Professor, School of Geography and Sustainable Communities, University of Wollongong, Wollongong; Meera Anna Oommen, Associate Director and Trustee, Dakshin Foundation, Bangalore; and Aarthi Sridhar, Trustee, Dakshin Foundation, Bangalore, and Doctoral Candidate, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam

  • CONSERVATION SCAPEGOATS AND DEVELOPMENTALITY
    Krithika Srinivasan, Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh; Rajesh Kasturirangan, Mind and Society Initiative, Azim Premji University, Bangalore; and Smitha Rao, PhD student, Boston College, Boston

  • WITHIN THE WORLD OF FOOD COLLECTION
    Madhu Ramnath,
    NTFP Exchange Programme Asia, Kodaikanal

  • HUMAN-ANIMAL RELATIONS: A VIEW FROM THE MISHMI HILLS
    Ambika Aiyadurai, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar

  • HUNTERS AND PROTECTORS OF PAKKE TIGER RESERVE
    Neyi Jamoh, PhD student, ATREE (affiliated to Manipal Academy of Higher Education), Bangalore; and Nandini Velho, Earth Institute Fellow, Columbia University, New York

  • FROM FISHE TO FLAGSHIP
    Madhuri Ramesh,
    PhD student, ATREE (affiliated to Manipal Academy of Higher Education), Bangalore; and Kartik Shanker, Director, ATREE, Bangalore, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and Trustee, Dakshin Foundation, Bangalore

#702
February 2018

CONTESTED CULTURES

a symposium on knowledge, use and
conservation of the wild


February 2004

cover design by www.designosis.in

Next month: The Bay of Bengal

 

 

 

 

 

  • HUNTER IDENTITY IN A CHANGING LANDSCAPE
    Anirban Datta-Roy, PhD student, ATREE (affiliated to Manipal Academy of Higher Education), Bangalore

  • HUNTING-GATHERING LIVES WITH MOLLUSCS
    Aarthi Sridhar, Doctoral candidate, University of Amsterdam, and Trustee, Dakshin Foundation, Bangalore

  • SHARING PORK AND WELL-BEING
    Manish Chandi,
    Senior Research Fellow, Andaman and Nicobar Environment Team, Wandoor

  • HARVESTING NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCE
    Meghna Krishnadas,
    Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University, New Haven; and Sachin Sridhara, independent researcher, Bangalore

  • OF BULLS, BANS AND ELITIST CHAUVINISM
    Martina Anandam,
    PhD student, Department of Animal Husbandry and Ethology, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague

  • ENTANGLED LIVES OF DOLPHINS AND FISHERS
    Rahul Muralidharan,
    PhD student, ATREE (affiliated to Manipal Academy of Higher Education), Bangalore

  • BOOKS
    Reviewed by Meera Anna Oommen, Satish C. Aikant and Gangeya Mukherji

  • FURTHER READING
    a select and relevant bibliography

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