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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge
 

Research

My broad research interests are in the discursive and material construction of conservation space. In particular, my PhD research is focusing on the wildlife corridor as a tool for conservation in Tanzania. My field site is the Kilombero Valley in Tanzania's Southern Highlands - a complex space which conservationists  have identified as key for maintaining connectivity between Udzungwa Mountains National Park and the Selous Game Reserve, and which has  also been identified as a priority area in a national development project for agricultural industrialisation. I am exploring the material and discursive manifestations of the wildlife corridor across this complex space, and how they impact those people - almost entirely subsistence farmers - who must live within or alongside those spaces.

PhD student
 Annette  Green

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