Research Group Member Profile
Dr Ben Campbell, PhD
Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 41621
- Anthropology in Development
- Social Anthropology
- Campbell, B. (2007). Racialization, ethnicity, genes and the re-invention of the Nation in Europe. Oxford: Berghahn.
- Campbell, B (2010). Beyond cultural models of the environment: linking subjectivities of dwelling and power. In Culture and the Environment in the Himalaya. Guneratne, A Routledge. 186-203.
- Campbell, B (2010). Subjectivity and Governance in the Himalayan Environment. In An Exploration of the Categories of Nature and Culture in Asia and the Himalayas. Lecomte-Tilouine, M Social Science Press. 156-189.
- Campbell, Ben (2008). Fields of Posthuman Kinship. In European kinship in the age of biotechnology. Salazar Carles & Edwards, Jeanette Oxford: Berghahn.
- Campbell, Ben (2005). On 'Loving Your Water buffalo More Than Your Own Mother': Relationships of Animal and Human Care in Nepal. In Animals in Person: Cultural Perspectives on Human-Animal Intimacy. Knight, John Oxford: Berg. 79-100.
- Campbell, B. (2004). Indigenous views on the Terms of Participation in the Development of Biodiversity Conservation in Nepal. In Investigating Local Knowledge: new directions, new approaches. Bicker, A, Sillitoe, P & Pottier, J. Aldershot: Ashgate. 149-167.
Journal papers: academic
- Campbell, B & Sallis, P (2013). ‘Low-carbon yak cheese: transition to biogas in a Himalayan socio-technical niche.’. Interface Focus (3): 52.
- Campbell, B (2010). ‘Rhetorical Routes for Development: a road project in Nepal’. (3): Contemporary South Asia 18(3): 267-279.
- Campbell, Ben (2008). Introduction: Environmental Cosmopolitans. Nature and Culture 3(1): 9-24.
- Campbell, B. (2005). Changing Protection Policies and Ethnographies of Environmental Engagement. Conservation and Society 3(2): 280-322.
- 2013: Low Carbon Energy for Development Network, Department of Energy and Climate Change
- 2011: Non-wood renewable fuel source for the yak cheese (£3300.00 from One NorthEast)
- 2007: A TRANS-HIMALAYAN ROAD (£3000.00 from The Williamson Fund)