– Laurie Denyer Willis –
Research FellowThe Department of Politics and International Studies University of Cambridge
Laurie is an anthropologist concerned with the urban and political ecologies of health and disease in post-colonial landscapes. Her research explores animal-human-capital relations, religion, and suburbanism. Laurie works as a Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge in the the Department of Politics and International Studies.
Further information on Laurie is available on her personal website, www.lauriedenyerwillis.netShare
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