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Jamie Lorimer

Professor of Environmental Geography


  • School of Geography and the Environment
e: jamie.lorimer@ouce.ox.ac.uk

Jamie is an environmental geographer whose research examines the production of environmental knowledge, and how this knowledge comes to shape the world around us. He focuses on powerful understandings of Nature and their consequences for human and nonhuman life across different spatial scales. Past projects have examined human relations with a range of organisms – from elephants to hookworms – and policy domains – including conservation, health, and agriculture. He combines concepts and approaches from more-than-human geography with those from science studies, using ethnographic, participatory, and historical methods. His research has been funded by the ESRC, The British Academy and the Wellcome and Leverhulme Trusts, amongst other sources.

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