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Dr Scott Webster is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Sydney Environment Institute at The University of Sydney. His current research investigates how communities self-organised during the 2019-20 bushfires and the 2020-22 floods in New South Wales, Australia. His broader research explores connection to place – especially at the intersection between home, memory, and ecological […]
Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner, Ludo Waltman, Adrian Barnett, Jennifer Byrne, Jason M Chin, Alex Holcombe, Stephen Pinfield, Simine Vazire, James Wilsdon
Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner is a senior researcher at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) at Leiden University and in the Research on Research Institute (RoRI).|Ludo Waltman is professor of quantitative science studies at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) at Leiden University. He is Associate Director of the Research on Research Institute […]
Pedro F. Neto is an anthropologist and award-winning filmmaker, research fellow at the Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa (ICS-ULisboa). He has conducted extensive research in Southern Africa (Angola, Zambia and Mozambique) and West Africa (Senegal and Guinea-Bissau) on topics such as forced displacement, migration, mobility, borders, refugee camps, development and violence. Recent […]
Dr Sisco Auala: Researcher/Senior Lecturer, Namibia University of Science and Technology. An indigenous tourism researcher with more than 20 years of experience in tourism development. She holds a PhD in tourism development from the Nelson Mandela University in South Africa. Her research interests are in dark sky tourism, indigenous astronomy, and community development. Connecting humanity […]
Sarah Rose Bieszczad is PhD candidate at Leiden University, currently investigating how shifts towards societal relevance shape deep sea research and its (dis)engagement with deep sea mining research.|Guus Dix is assistant professor sociology of science at the University of Twente and climate activist for Extinction Rebellion and Scientist Rebellion.|Jorrit Smit is a postdoctoral researcher at […]