Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Anthropology
University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana
The co-evolution of humans and large carnivores and the interface between these species in contemporary societies.
The effects of large carnivores on processes of animal domestication, past and present.
Conjoint Senior Lecturer, School of Environmental and Life Sciences
University of Newcastle
Recent work focuses on critical questions of nature-society delineation and aims to explore the active engagements of bodies, text, land and non-humans that shape Australian landscapes and everyday engagements with them
Positive training, operant conditioning for companion, zoo, farm animals; animals and public health; impact and human control/management of introduced species; attitudes toward and policies on urban animals.
PhD Candidate, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine (VELiM)
University of Sydney
Raising the importance of protecting existing wildlife populations in local urban planning; The relationship between front-line emergency responders and companion animal ‘owners’ or guardians in natural disasters