Post-doctoral research fellow, Anglia Ruskin University
Callum Pearce is a social anthropologist with interests in landscape and perception, environmental anthropology, and social phenomenology. He studied at University College London, SOAS, the University of Oxford, and the University of Aberdeen, and has taught at Aberdeen and at Leiden University in the Netherlands. He conducted ethnographic fieldwork in the Ladakh region of Himalayan India in 2013, 2014, and 2019 with a focus on spirits, landscape and the social distribution of knowledge. For BARIN, he works on the ‘livelihood and wellbeing’ strand of the project: carrying out qualitative social research with Inuvialuit knowledge holders to understand the impact of beaver population change on subsistence harvesting activities.