Category: People

  • Heide Goettner-Abendroth

    Heide Goettner-Abendroth is a mother and a grandmother. She earned her Ph.D. in philosophy of science at the University of Munich where she lectured for ten years (1973-1983).

  • Richard Jones

    Associate Professor of Landscape History, University of Leicester.

  • Gabriella Kountourides

    Gabriella Kountourides is a DPhil student in biological anthropology and uses an interdisciplinary approach to understand the menstrual cycle, drawing on both anthropological and immunological explanations. She began her academic career studying zoology at the University of Leeds and did her masters in human evolution and behaviour at UCL. She then worked as a science…

  • Helen Cornish

    Dr Helen Cornish is an anthropologist at Goldsmiths College interested in the practices and politics of history-making and how these are navigated through official and informal sources, including the imagination. My research has focused on how modern witches and Wiccans in the UK have navigated challenges to claims about the past, and one key site has been…

  • Lucy Cooke

    Lucy Cooke is a Zoologist, National Geographic explorer, TED talker, New York Times bestselling author, award-winning documentary filmmaker and presenter. She is author of ‘Bitch: A Revolutionary Guide to Sex, Evolution and the Female Animal’.

  • Vivek Venkataraman

    Dr. Vivek Venkataraman is a biological anthropologist at the University of Calgary. His research focuses on the ecology and energetics of human foraging strategies. His main ethnographic fieldwork is conducted among the Orang Asli populations of Peninsular Malaysia. He is the co-director of the Orang Asli Health and Lifeways Project (

  • Liz Henty

    Liz Henty is Honorary Research Fellow at the Sophia Centre for the Study of Cosmology in Culture, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, United Kingdom. She is co-editor of the Journal of Skyscape Archaeology, and has recently edited ‘Solarizing the Moon, essays in honour of Lionel Sims’ (with Fabio Silva)

  • George Kenny

    Knowledge Keeper, Elder, Lifetime of knowledge of Lac Seul First Nation topography and protocols, including local language,  former journalist and editor at Wawatay Newspaper ( ), Translator for Oji-Cree and Anishinaabe First Nations Author of the book Indians don’t cry (1977/1982/2014) and the play October Stranger (1978). Currently completing a Masters thesis in cultural anthropology at…

  • Michael Auksi

    Michael (Mike) Makwa Auksi Has completed Dissertation at McGill University. Toronto-born, Anishinaabe-Estonian who studied at University of Toronto and Ryerson University.  Bear Clan member and a Band member of the Lac Seul FN. Currently studying Indigenous ice hockey histories, community-based participatory sport, and wellness programming.  Qualifications for the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics with Team Estonia represented his…

  • Graeme Warren

    Graeme Warren is a Professor in the School of Archaeology, University College Dublin, Ireland, where he has worked since 2002. He is a specialist in the archaeology of hunter-gatherers, with a particular research interest in the Mesolithic of Europe. His major research projects have been in Ireland and Scotland.