基本情報

所属
The Australian National University
広島大学大学院 人間社会科学研究科 助教
学位
M.A.(Keio University)
M.A.(Columbia University)

J-GLOBAL ID
201901008621852082

Mariko Yoshida is a Ph.D. candidate in the Resources, Environment, and Development (RE&D) Program. She is interested in how everyday life is formed and maintained under ecological uncertainties. More specifically, she researches knowledge practices of precariousness through the process in which human and nonhuman entanglements emerge at local, national, and international levels, shifting and creating new forces and agents. Her doctoral dissertation investigates the trajectory of ecological risks surrounding of Pacific Oysters, questioning how unevenly distributed values and meanings have been dealt with by various communities including oyster producers, marine biologists, market authorities, distributors, and consumers. Her MA thesis (2013, Columbia University, Best Thesis Prize at the Department of Anthropology) examined the gap between Tuvaluan people and their policy-makers in responses to the long-term risks of sea-level rise as an epistemological ground. Her broader interest includes environmental anthropology’s extended engagement with political economy, Science and Technology Studies (STS), the politics of knowledge production, and material culture.

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MISC

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書籍等出版物

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講演・口頭発表等

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共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

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