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Academic Staff

CASSIDY, Professor Rebecca
Professor
Gambling; betting shops; the gambling industry; luck, skill and money. Class, gender and kinship; horseracing/breeding; the bloodstock industry; training and performance; human animal relationships; domestication; Britain.

CORNISH, Dr Helen
Associate Tutor
Anthropology of Religion; contemporary Paganism; museum anthropology.

DAY, Professor Sophie
Professor
Britain, particularly London; the Himalayas; medical anthropology, HIV and other infectious diseases; spirit possession; sex, gender, kinship; politics of work; concepts of time.

GODDARD, Professor Victoria
Professor
Mediterranean anthropology, particularly Italy; Latin America, particularly Argentina; gender and kinship; nation and citizenship; work and the informal sector.

JOY, Dr Charlotte
Lecturer
Mali; UNESCO; Cultural Heritage; Development. 

LAMONT, Dr Mark
Lecturer
Age-set formation; generations; death and funerals; road safety and injurability; morality and ethics; religion and secularity; Kenya and Tanzania.

LEIZAOLA, Dr Ricardo
Lecturer/ Visual Resources Officer

MARRERO-GUILLAMON, Dr Isaac
Lecturer
Urban Renewal; Activism; Anthropology/ Sociology of Art; Ethnographic/Documentary Film; Actor Network Theory.

MOLLONA, Dr Massimiliano
Senior Lecturer
Economic institutions and organisations; value and labour; trade unions; technology, personhood and the state; urban; visual; Britain.

NUGENT, Professor Stephen
Professor
Brazilian Amazon; peasant economy; cognitive anthropology; anthropological theory; visual anthropology.

PINE, Dr Frances
Reader
Socialism and post socialism; anthropology of Europe; kinship; gender; economic anthropology, especially movement, migration, work, households, deindustrialisation; anthropology and history.

SANSI-ROCA, Dr Roger
Senior Lecturer
Anthropology of art, material culture and religion; Brazil and the Black Atlantic; Europe

SWIFT, Dr Olivia
Visiting Lecturer
Maritime Trade Unionism; Maritime Piracy; Global Welfare; Southeast Asia; Value and Labour.

TARLO, Professor Emma
Professor
Clothing, textiles, identity politics, urban anthropology, contested histories and critical events

VON HELLERMANN, Dr Pauline
Lecturer
Political and historical ecology; Nigeria, Tanzania and Kenya; anthropology of science, policy, and the state; resource politics and corruption; patrons and youth; landscapes; memory; repeat photography; multi-sited ethnography

WASTELL, Dr Sari
Lecturer
Legal anthropology; social theory; war crimes prosecutions; post-conflict societies and 'transitional justice'; temporal idioms and time politics; African governance; The Hague, Bosnia, Swaziland and Euskadi (The Basque Country)

WEBB, Dr Martin
Lecturer
Anthropology of Development; South Asia; Transparency and Accountability, Right to Information, activism, active citizenship, cities, India, south Asia, anthropology of development, the local state and everyday bureaucracy.

WESTON, Dr Gavin
Lecturer
Vigilantism, violence, Guatemala, Latin America, political anthropology, legal anthropology and comic book vigilantes/superheroes among many other things.

WOODMAN, Dr Justin
Lecturer
Anthropology of religion; contemporary esotericism and paganism; speculative fiction and popular culture; the anthropology of evil; moral panics; cognition and the supernatural

WRIGHT, Dr Chris
Lecturer
Visual anthropology; photography; visual culture; aesthetics; film; ethnohistory; Solomon Islands


Administrative Staff

WESTBROOK, Ms Susan
Departmental Manager
E-mail: s.westbrook (@gold.ac.uk)

CLARK, Ms Sarah
Postgraduate Secretary
E-mail:sarah.clark(@gold.ac.uk)

MELROSE, Mr Ben
Departmental Secretary
E-mail: b.melrose(@gold.ac.uk)


Emeritus Professors

BESSON, Professor Jean
Emeritus Professor
Caribbean societies (fieldwork in Jamaica and Eastern Caribbean); peasantries; maroons; cultural history; land; law; development; kinship; gender; narratives; religion; migration.

CAPLAN, Professor Pat
Emeritus Professor
Ethics; food; gender; development; feminism; risk; voluntary organisations; social inequality; reflexive anthropology; Islam; Hinduism; East Africa; South Asia; Britain (Wales).

HART, Professor Keith
Emeritus Professor
Africa and the African diaspora; concept of the informal economy in development studies; movement and identity; money

MORRIS, Professor Brian
Emeritus Professor
Ethnobotany; ethnozoology; folk classification; herbalism; medical anthropology and psychology; human; East and Central Africa; South Asia; hunter gatherers; environment; education; philosophical anthropology.

NELSON, Dr Nici
Visiting Research Fellow
Women and Third World development; African urbanisation; ethnography; Kenya, participatory development; HIV/AIDS in East Africa; urban kinship.

 


Research Staff

LOUSSOUARN, Dr Claire
Research Fellow
Trading, gambling and entrepreneurship; money; luck, uncertainty and risk; Chinese diaspora; migration; Britain, especially London; applied anthropology; technology; consumption

PISAC, Dr Andrea
Research Fellow
Chance, risk-taking, uncertainty, trust, entrepreneurship (particularly in post-socialist context), anthropology of industries (publishing, charities, tourism, gambling), borders (national, conceptual), former Yugoslavia

 


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