Author: Kirrilly Thompson

Kirrilly Thompson is a senior researcher at CQUniversity's Appleton Institute in Adelaide. She is a trained anthropologist who uses ethnographic methods to research the cultural dimensions of risk-perception and safety. She has particular interests in human-animal interactions, high risk interspecies activities and equestrianism. Her current research explores the impact of animal ownership on natural disaster preparedness. She is the president-elect of the Society for Risk Analysis and vice president of the Horse Federation of South Australia.

What Does an Anthropologist Actually Do?
May 4, 2016

What Does an Anthropologist Actually Do?

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