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Rebecca Hardin – “Beyond Biopolitics”: Cultural Economies of Disease Emergence and Re-Emergence in African Landscapes.

Dr. Hardin is Associate Professor in the School of Natural Resource and Environment, and the Department Anthropology at the University of Michigan. She received her Ph.D. in Anthropology from Yale University and her areas of study include human/wildlife interactions, and social and environmental change related to wildlife management, tourism, logging, and mining in Central African Republic, Cameroon, and Congo Brazzaville. Recent projects focus on the intertwined practices of health, environmental management, and corporate governance in southern and eastern Africa. Dr. Hardin has served as a visiting professor at Universite of Paris I (Sorbonne) and the National Museum of Natural History in Paris. Her recent book, Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge, explores the discipline of anthropology as a set of skills and tools for social change in sectors as different as business, biological conservation, conflict resolution, and biomedical care.

For more information about Dr. Hardin, visit https://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/rebecca-hardin/home

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