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An impassioned academic and world traveler, I am currently based at the University of Würzburg, Germany. As professor for the anthropology of the rural, I am interested in rural spaces and economies, environmental and climate anthropology, multi-species ethnography, as well as forced migration and refugee studies. My current research focuses on still water economies in Bavaria, as well as harmful algae bloom in the Caribbean.


In my teaching, I like to share my experiences and expertise on these topics with my students, but I also teach the core topics of the discipline with great passion – in both English and German. My research and teaching is located at the interface of anthropology, cultural studies and science and technology studies. 


Feel free to browse my website and learn more about my current research projects, publications and teaching. Please visit my Würzburg website to learn more about the professorship:

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