Mary McPherson is a daughter, sister, auntie, and a mixed Anishinaabe member of Couchiching First Nation in Northwestern Ontario, where her family is from. She grew up in Thunder Bay, working as a visual artist in the community while pursuing her undergraduate degree in Fine Arts and Indigenous Learning at Lakehead University. She has since […]
Raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, Charlton has been a sessional lecturer in the English Department at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan, Canada. She obtained a BA Arts Hons in English and Music and MA in English Literature from Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada. Her PhD on Anishinaabe Literature from Northern Ontario from the University of Saskatchewan […]
Sophie Redlin is a General Practitioner, Mental Health trainer and Masters student in Medical Anthropology at UCL. She is also an aspiring documentary filmmaker and to date has received training from George Chan, BBC Filmmaker and specialist in health and science documentary, and through the Raindance Academy.
John Bonnett is an Associate Professor of History at Brock University. A Tier II Canada Research Chair in Digital Humanities from 2005-2015, John is a digital historian with a specialist in 3D modelling. He has experience using multiple approaches to generate 3D content for heritage reconstruction, including 3D modelling software, photogrammetry, and 3D scanning applications.
Biologist interested in botany and biodiversity. -Visiting Professor in Ecology and Environmental Sciences at University of Bedfordshire, Associate Professor of Environmental Sciences, The Open University; Science Expedition Leader with the British Exploring Society BA Natural Sciences Cambridge; MSC Biodiversity and Conservation, Trinity UC D; PhD from Trinity College Dublin, PCSE Science (Biology) Cambridge; Extensive Boating […]
John Grigsby is a Lecturer in the fields of history, archaeology and mythology, and author of Beowulf & Grendel: The Truth Behind England’s Oldest Legend (2005). He received his Ph.D on ‘Skyscapes, Landscapes and the Drama of Proto-indo-European Myth’ from Bournemouth University in 2018.
Prof Sian Sullivan an environmental anthropologist, cultural geographer and political ecologist concerned to better understand diversity in cultural understandings and representations of the natural world, amidst concern over climate change and species decline. She is particularly interested in intersections and frictions between cultural, natural history and economic values as these relate to beyond-human natures.
Louise Raw is an activist historian; and thinks all historians should be.
Raj Puri is Senior Lecturer in Environmental Anthropology, University of Kent, Director of the Centre for Biocultural Diversity and Course Convenor of MSc Ethnobotany
Duncan Stibbard Hawkes
Duncan Stibbard Hawkes is an evolutionary anthropologist at the University of Durham. He conducts field research with a Tanzanian population called the Hadza, who traditionally subsisted through hunting and gathering. His research has focussed on the motives underlying hunting, foraging, and food-sharing. He’s about to start a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship investigating the ecological factors […]