Two fellowships for MA students - Public Issues Anthropology at the University of Guelph

Two fellowships for MA students - Public Issues Anthropology at the University of Guelph

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The successful applicant will develop a project that examines how an infrastructure (for example, “secondary” roads or wireless communication technologies) shape mobility and connectivity for a community affected by economic, political, and ethnic marginalization in the Indian Himalayas. The student will pursue a Master’s Degree in Public Issues Anthropology at the University of Guelph under the supervision of Prof. Gagné (University of Guelph).
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The project is led by Professor Karine Gagné. The successful applicant will conduct a research project that will investigate the motivations, values, and experiences related to snow leopard tracking and conservation through tourism and citizen science. The collection of data will take place through virtual ethnography and a winter field research trip in Hemis National Park in Ladakh.
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