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Annette Green

Annette Green

PhD student

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Department of Geography:

Research Interests

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.

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