If you missed Rosaleen Duffy speaking on this plenary panel on 9 October 2018, you can watch it here:
BIOSEC team members comment on what was (and wasn't) discussed at the conference
Just what are the social sciences? This photographic exhibition showcases how our research changes lives
This podcast features Dr Jared Margulies, who speaks about the role public policy and tax policy plays in human-wildlife conflict in India
This workshop is organised by ShARC (Sheffield Animal Studies Research Centre), a network for social science and humanities-based research on human-animal relations, and is supported by the BIOSEC Project.
Organised by Helen Anthem, Fauna & Flora International and Rebecca Drury, Fauna & Flora International
The Political Ecology reading group programme has been published
Debating the militarisation of conservation as a strategy for tackling IWT.
This week features Prof Rosaleen Duffy, who speaks about her conservation research and her journal article ‘War, by Conservation’
BIOSEC Fellow, Teresa Lappe-Osthege, attending International Studies Association 2019