– Stephen Hinchliffe –
Professor in Human GeographyCollege of Life and Environmental Sciences University of Exeter
Steve Hinchliffe is an elected Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences and author and editor of numerous books and articles on issues ranging from risk and food, to biosecurity, human-nonhuman relations and nature conservation. His research draws together insights from Science and Technology Studies (STS), particularly actor network theory, and Geography. Recent publications include the monograph Pathological Lives (2017), the co-edited volume Humans, animals and biopolitics (2016) and a Special Issue of Social Science and Medicine on ‘One Health’ (2015).
In September 2018, Stephen presented a Keynote titled, “The AMR Problem: Demanding ecologies, margins and co-producing alternative strategies”, at a research symposium hosted by the AMIS programme.
Further information on Stephen is available on his institutional profile.Share
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