Research Activity – Publications, Posters & Media – April 2015

Orangutan-bornean by Julielangford - Own work. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

Orangutan-bornean by Julielangford – Own work. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

Publications

Justyna Miszkiewicz

Miszkiewicz JJ. 2015. Histology of a Harris line in a human distal tibia. Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism. View

Miszkiewicz JJ. 2015. Investigating histomorphometric relationships at human femoral midshaft in a biomechanical context. Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism. View

Justyna graduated with her PhD in Anthropology in November 2014. Justyna worked for SAC as a lecturer for a few months and will soon be joining a research team in the Department of Medicine at Imperial College London.

Nicola Abram

Abram, N. K., Meijaard, E., Wells, J. A., Ancrenaz, M., Pellier, A.-S., Runting, R. K., Gaveau, D., Wich, S., Nardiyono, Tjiu, A., Nurcahyo, A., Mengersen, K. (2015), Mapping perceptions of species’ threats and population trends to inform conservation efforts: the Bornean orangutan case study. Diversity and Distributions, 21: 487–499. doi: 10.1111/ddi.12286

Rebecca K. Runting.,Erik Meijaard., Nicola K. Abram.,Jessie A. Wells., David L.A. Gaveau., Marc Ancrenaz,, Hugh P. Rosssingham., Serge A. Wich., Fitrian Ardiansyah., Melvin T. Gumal., Laurentius N. Ambu., & Kerrie A. Wilson. 2015. Alternative futures for Borneo show the value of integrating economic and conservation targets across borders. Nature Communications 6, article 6819. doi:10.1038/ncomms7819

Nicola studied at SAC for her PhD in Biodiversity Management and will be graduating later this year. Find out more about her research and thesis, ‘The Kinabatangan Corridor: Designing living landscapes for conservation in Sabah, Borneo’ by visiting her webpage.

Daniela Peluso

Peluso, Daniela 2015. Guest Editor, special-themed journal edition. Indigenous Urbanization: the circulation of peoples between rural and urban Amazonian spaces. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. Volume 20, Issue 1. View

Peluso, Daniela M. 2015 Circulating between Rural and Urban Communities: Multi-sited dwellings in Amazonian frontiers. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (special issue), Indigenous Urbanization: the circulation of peoples between rural and urban Amazonian spaces. Guest editor: D.M. Peluso, Volume 20, Issue 1:57-79. View

Daniela is a Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology with research focusing on lowland South America, indigenous urbanisation, anthropology of business, gender, identity politics and, kinship.

Joint Publications

Miguel N. Alexiades and Daniela M. Peluso 2015.  Introduction: Indigenous Urbanization in Lowland South America. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (special issue), Indigenous Urbanization: the circulation of peoples between rural and urban Amazonian spaces. Guest editor: D.M. Peluso, Volume 20, Issue 1:1-12. View

Tunåker, Carin, Ian Bride and Daniela Peluso. 2015. The Social Hubs Project: Exploratory real-world research – students as researchers and experiential learning. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, 8 (1): 1-12.

Miguel is a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Anthropology / Ethnobotany. Ian Bride is a Senior Lecturer in Biodiversity Management. Carin is a PhD student in her writing up year. Her thesis is entitled ‘A Different Kind of Homeless: LGBTQ Youth in East Kent’.

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