Lewis Daly (DPhil Student) is researching Makushi conceptualizations of cultural and biological diversity.
Ruth Gutierrez (DPhil Student) is researching Nukak historical ecology and the impact of war and displacement on their foraging lifestyle.
Maria Mancilla (DPhil Student) is researching the governance of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia and Peru.
Theresa Miller (DPhil Student) is researching environmental aesthetics and maize diversity among the Ramkokamekra-Canela in Brazil.
Alejandro Reig (DPhil Student) is researching Yanomami landscapes in Venezuela.
Samuel Thomas (DPhil Student) is researching identity and knowledge sharing between AfroColombians and Embera in the Colombian Chocó.
Lavinia Warnars (PRS) is researching the ethics and economics of sustainable development.
Ivan Zambrana (PRS) is preparing to study indigenous modes of engagement with Bolivia's conservation and development national policies.
aúl Acosta (DPhil 2007) wrote his doctoral dissertation on global NGO networks campaigning against environmental destruction. He teaches in Mexico.
Thomas Kauffmann (DPhil 2009) wrote his doctoral dissertation on the concept of developed society among Tibetan refugees in India and Europe. He heads a NGO working with the Tibetan diaspora in Luxembourg.
Istvan Praët (DPhil 2006) wrote his doctoral dissertation on Chachi (Cayapa) shamanism. He teaches at Roehampton University in London.
Anne Roemer-Mahler (DPhil 2009) wrote her doctoral dissertation on IPRS, the WTO and India's pharmaceutical industry. She teaches at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Harry Walker (DPhil Student, currently writing up) is researching concepts of personhood and community among the Urarina in Peru. He teaches at the LSE in London.
Marisa Wilson (DPhil Student, currently writing up) is researching urban agriculture in Cuba. She teaches at the National University in Trinidad.