- The University of Aberdeen G05, Edward Wright Building, Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, AB24 3QY
2015 - MRes Social Anthropology, University of Aberdeen
2013 - MA Social Anthropology, University of Aberdeen
Environmental anthropology, coastal eco-systems, human-animal relations, sub-arctic Canada
I am an Aberdeen Team Member of Arctic Domus, a European Research Council Advanced Grant project exploring human-animal relations and domestication across the circumpolar north. I am also an affiliated graduate student within the CICADA (Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives) network.
2014 - 2018 - ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) 1+3 studentship award
2015 - 2016 - Fieldwork Grant, Arctic Domus (ERC Advanced Grant)
2015 - 2016 - University of Aberdeen North Theme Small Projects Fund award (in support of fieldwork costs)
Tutor - AT2515 Reimagining Colonialism, 2018.
- Further Info
Article on 'The World in 2065' ESRC writing competition, 'The Guardian':
Barnbrook, G.A. 'They go to the reservoir now': Changing goose migration in Wemindji, Northern Quebec. EASA Biennial Conference, University of Stockholm, Sweden, 17th August, 2018.
Barnbrook, G.A. ‘We just can’t trust it anymore’: Climate change, safety and unpredictability in the eastern James Bay. Granite Symposium, Aberdeen, Scotland, 20th November, 2017.
Barnbrook, G.A. Engaged Observers: Connection and entanglement in the practice of amateur astronomy. RAI Undergraduate Conference, St Andrews, Scotland, 12th - 14th April, 2013.