Postgraduate - Sociology PhD student
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The title of Sarah's PhD thesis is 'Pets, Pest & Pussycats: A comparative Ethnographic Account of Human-Cat Relationships in Australia'.
Sarah is also currently the tutor for ASS101 (Anthropology 1A: Culture & Imagination) at Deakin University, Geelong.
Sarah's research interests include human-animal relationships, society and environment, indigenous perceptions of animals, attitudes towards feral animals, charismatic mega-fauna & human-animal conflicts in conservation.
Authorised by the Interim Head of School, Social Sciences
15 October, 2012