Dr. Krithi Karanth: Living with Wildlife
Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
South Asia Center Co-sponsors
Kameshwar C. Wali Lecture in the Sciences and Humanities: Living with Wildlife by Dr. Krithi Karanth
Dr. Karanth is Chief Conservation Scientist and Director at the Centre for Wildlife Studies, Adjunct Faculty at Duke and National Centre for Biological Sciences. She has a Ph.D from Duke (2008), a M.E.Sc from Yale (2003), and, B.S and B.A degrees from the University of Florida (2001). Her research in India and Asia spans 22 years encompasses many issues in human dimensions of wildlife conservation. She has conducted macro-level studies assessing patterns of species distributions and extinctions, impacts of wildlife tourism, consequences of voluntary resettlement, land use change and understanding human-wildlife interactions.
This event is also co-sponsored by the Syracuse University Humanities Center and the Department of Physics.
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