Presenter

Carolyn  Robinson

Prof Carolyn Robinson

Ph.D. AnthropologyPurdue University

Biography

Dr. Carolyn Jost Robinson is a broadly trained anthropologist with backgrounds in field conservation and studies of human-wildlife interactions. She has 10 years of experience in developing and directing collaborative research and community engagement projects across west and central Africa. These projects have resulted in increased community support for conservation and innovative applications of biocultural anthropology in biology and the sustainability sciences. Her applied work is driven by a commitment to realize futures that include both humans and wildlife through socially responsible, locally inclusive conservation practice.

About

Institution:
Chengeta Wildlife

Role:
Director of Sociocultural Research & Engagement

Country:
USA

Subjects:
Biocultural AnthropologyHuma-wildlife interactionLocally inclusive conservation practicesHuman-Wildlife Dynamics and Resource Use in a Central African Forest

Presentations:

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