Department of Anthropology and Archaeology
|W2017 - ANTH 467 - Soldiering: Perspectives on Military Life|
|W2017 - ANTH 603.5 - Thesis Development (Thesis Development)|
|W2017 - ANTH 641 - Seminar in Civil-Military Relations|
|F2017 - ANTH 391 - Anthropological Theory|
|F2017 - ANTH 399.6 - Special Topics in Anthropology (Anthropology of Science)|
|W2018 - ANTH 385 - Economic Anthropology|
|W2018 - ANTH 641 - Seminar in Civil-Military Relations|
resource extraction, especially mining; industrial and intellectual history; cultures of expertise and scientific cultures; circumpolar regions
I am an environmental and historical anthropologist who studies resource extraction, human-environment relations especially in our era of climate change, and science and its relationship to governance. These issues are the centre of both my previous research in southeastern Europe and my new field sites in northern Canada.
For more information on my current research projects, please visit my website: sabrinaperic.strikingly.com
I also run the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology's Field School in the Yukon's Kluane Region, "The Dynamic North: Climate, Economy and Society in Anthropological Perspective."
(1) Cultivating the North: The Ideological Origins of Agriculture in the Yukon Territory
(2) Melting Frontiers: Petroscience and the Permafrost Archive (this is the first stage of a larger multi-year project, Deep Ice: Understanding Climate Histories and Futures)
(3) From Pipelines to Parks: Exploitation and Conservation along the Yukon-Alaska border
(1) Reclaiming Invisible Worlds: Genomics Technologies and Industrial Decontamination, with Dr. Myra Hird, Queen's University