Dr MARGARET BOLTON

Dr MARGARET BOLTON

Lecturer

Overview

Contact Details

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Address
The University of Aberdeen Room G19
Edward Wright Building

Biography

2007-8      Temporary Lecturer in Anthropology, Department of Social Sciences,  University of Hull

2006-7        Temporary Lecturer, Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford.

2003-6       ESRC Research Fellow, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Manchester.

2002-3        Temporary Lecturer, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Manchester.

2001          Ph.D. – Social Anthropology, University of St. Andrews. 

1993          M.Litt. – Amerindian Studies, University of St. Andrews. 

1982          B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics, University of Manchester.

Research

Research Interests

Andes region (Bolivia); science, technology and expertise; development; animal-human relations; colonialism; the state; ethnohistory.

Research Grants

2010-11 British Academy Small Grant: Education, Citizenship and Democracy in Rural Bolivia funding for pilot study into adult/alternative education under the Morales administration.

2010 CASS research funding: Education, Citizenship and Democracy in Rural Bolivia

2003-6  ESRC Research Fellowship: The Reception and Interpretation of Science and Technology in non-Western contexts

2002  British Academy Small Grant

2000  Radcliffe-Brown Memorial Fund Award

Further Info

External Responsibilities

Member of ESRC college of referees for postdoctoral fellowship applications

Member of planning committee for 'Seeking Bridges' conference, Oxford Brookes University.

Publications

Publications 

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