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The Team: Members: Roue

Dr Marie Roué
Laboratory of Eco-anthropology and Ethnobiology
National Museum of Natural History (MNHN)
57 rue Cuvier 75005 Paris FRANCE
French, Canadian
Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Paris V, Sorbonne, Paris (1975)

Current Position

Senior Research Director (DR1), National Scientific Research Centre, France (CNRS)

- Director, Research Team ‘Ecological anthropology of conservation’, within ‘Ecoanthropology and ethnobiology’

- Director, Book Series « Indisciplines », Natures Sciences Sociétés/Quae Publishing

Principal Areas of Research

Anthropology of the environment, local knowledge of nature, epistemology of relations between indigenous and scientific knowledge, knowledge and governance.

Interdisciplinarity - theory, practice and innovation.

My field research focuses on observations of changes in the management of species and spaces in the context of globalization, framed by an in-depth understanding of indigenous social organisation and systems of knowledge, know-how and representations amongst the Sami Norway and Sweden), Cree First Nations and Inuit (Canada).