Social Anthropologist (University of Vienna, 2008), since 2010 member of the Junior Research Group „KlimaWelten. Eine globale (Medien)Ethnografie” and doctoral researcher at the Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology. Two years of ethnographic fieldwork in Northern Manitoba, Canada. Main interests: environmental anthropology and qualitative methods.
Claudia Grill (2013). Animal Belongings: Human-Non Human-Interactions and Climate Change in the Canadian Subarctic. In: Heike Greschke / Julia Tischler (eds.): The Challenges of Global Climate Change. Locally Grounded Interdisciplinary Approaches. Springer (in press).