Multispecies Studies: Rethinking Human/Wildlife Interactions

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Multispecies Studies is an emerging field of interdisciplinary research that draws the humanities into dialogue with the biological sciences and ethnographic methods to better understand the shifting and highly consequential relationships between human communities and wildlife in a period of escalating social and environmental change. Providing new perspectives on issues as diverse as biodiversity loss, climate change and globalization, work in this area seeks to better understand and intervene in human/wildlife interactions to produce more sustainable, equitable and flourishing outcomes for all parties.

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Supervisory team
Thom
van Dooren

Arts and Social Sciences
Humanities and Languages
S. Eben
Kirksey

Arts and Social Sciences
Humanities and Languages
Lindsay
Kelley

Art and Design
Art and Design
t.van.dooren@unsw.edu.au

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