People

Our growing membership reflects the interdisciplinarity of political ecology. PERC began as a collaboration between the School of People Environment and Planning and School of English and Media Studies at Massey University. However, the work that we do has involved collaborations with the following disciplines: social anthropology, media studies, ecology, geography, sociology, English, zoology, development studies, creative writing, politics, education, chemistry, environmental management, and engineering.

Dr. Trisia Farrelly
PERC Co-Director

Dr. Sy Taffel
PERC Co-director

Prof. Glenn Banks

Dr. Nicholas Holm

Lisa Vonk


Dr. Sita Venkateswar

Dr. Ingrid Horrocks


Dr. Corrina Tucker

Jonathon Hannon


Dr. Philip Steer


Dr. Tom Doig


Dr. Karen Hytten

Alice Beban


Dr. Laura Jean McKay

Comments 5

  1. Hi Trisia. How are you? It was great to attend the previous conference featuring Ass/Prof. Jennifer Silver. It will be great to get updated information about such events in the future. Thanks

  2. Hi there,
    I’m a student at PN doing a Grad Dip in Environmental studies. I heard about this group through Trisia’s Environmental Anthropology class. She mentioned that student buy in was minimal so I’m tentatively sticking my hand up to see if I might be able to help bridge that divide (and I know there’s another student in our class that is interested also).
    Lisa – could you please contact me with some more information/next meetings etc? Keen to find out a bir more about what’s going on.
    Thanks
    Romilly

  3. Hello!
    I am a PhD scholar in literature from Central University of Himachal Pradesh (Dharamsala, India) specializing in ecocriticism, ecofeminism and ecotranslation studies. I am looking forward to the E-conference “Extraction: Tracing the Veins” being organized by Massey University Political Ecology Research Centre and Wageningen University. I’d like to know if you could provide me with a certificate of participation (attending the conference) after its successful completion. That way, I would have something valuable to show for my progress in my research area. As it is, good conferences in this discipline are extremely rare to come across.
    Please let me know if you need any more information from my end.
    All the best for the conference, and looking forward to hearing from you.

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