|Justin brings to the OAC over fifteen years of experience in academic publishing and digital projects. Some of these include Prickly Pear Pamphlets, Hau: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, Anthropology and Humanism, and the Anthropology Book Forum. His research interests lie at the intersection of anthropology and philosophy. His doctoral research, based in Papua New Guinea with Marind speakers, focused on the experiences of community leaders as they attempted to elicit and maintain productive relations across various global alliances, from regional ritual networks to relations with transnational mining and logging corporations, NGOs, and the state. He also has research interests include hoplology and the history of Filipino Martial Arts in North America.
||A Swede living in Oxford, Great Britain. Have degrees in both Social Anthropology and Applied Cultural Analysis, from universities in Sweden and Denmark. Have researched witchcraft in Kenya, road safety campaigns in Sweden, Siberian throat-singing, and many other topics. Have taught Applied Anthropology and Ethnography to research scholars at universities in India. Have worked as an applied anthropologist and as an ethnographer for both private companies as well as for state agencies. In the OAC I am one of the admins in the Facebook group, the platform where I am the most active. If you have any issues or questions regarding the Facebook-side of the OAC, feel free to contact me and I will see what I can do.