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Dr Caroline Garaway
Room 123
14 Taviton Street
Department of Anthropology
London
London
WC1H 0BW
Appointment
  • Senior Lecturer
  • Dept of Anthropology
  • Faculty of S&HS
Biography


Research Summary

Research Interests

1. Anthropological and political ecological approaches to studying livelihoods of natural-resource-dependent populations. Focus; small-scale fishers, and fisher/farmer populations in floodplain/estuarine environments. Research in Asia (Mekong Basin), East Africa and UK (Thames estuary)
    • Importance and role of aquatic biodiversity in floodplain environments 
    • Conservation versus development/tourism trade-offs in Marine Protected Areas
    • Impact of agricultural intensification and other developments (e.g. hydropower dev, port dev) on aquatic based livelihoods
2. Local ecological knowledge/ practice-based knowledge versus scientific knowledge
3. Fisheries enhancement and actor-network theory 
4. Theories of learning, practice theory and research-based education  


Current & recent PhD supervision / co-supervision 

  • 2016 - ongoing  Kristen Steele  Eel fisheries from local to global: Drivers of exploitation and prospects for sustainability (NERC Studentship 2016)
  • 2014 - ongoing Daniela Pozy. Is increased diversity always beneficial for social-ecological systems? Peruvian Guano Islands, Isles and Capes Reserve System. Scholarship from the Peruvian Government. Supervisory collaboration with Geography.
  • 2011 - ongoing Lucia Perez De Oliveira  (Part Time) A governance analysis of MPAs in Galicia, Spain. Self-funded. Supervisory collaboration with Geography.
  • Marie-Annick Moreau (Awarded 2014).”The lake is our office’” Fisheries resources in rural livelihoods and local governance on the Rufiji River floodplain, Tanzania. Canadian Government studentship. 
  • Helen Cross (Awarded 2013) Small-scale marine fishing in West Africa’s Bijagós Archipelago -Guinea-Bissau. NERC/ESRC Studentship. Collaboration with Institute of Zoology.
  • Christine Carter (Awarded 2012) Tourism, Conservation and Development around a MPA in Kenya. (ESRC Studentship). 

Teaching Summary

Posts
Vice Dean (Education and Planning), Social and Historical Sciences 2016-present
Head of Teaching, UCL Anthropology, 2014-2018

Key interests
Experiential and situated learning; Research-Based Education (RBE); Critical pedagogies in HE; Student voice

Awards/ Qualifications
2018 Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)
2011 Provost Teaching Award for Teaching Excellence 
2010 Certificate of Learning Higher Education (CLTHE)

Talks & Conference Presentations
2018           Assessment, Feedback and the NSS: Improve your student's experience, Arena, 
2018           Making an impact on Anthropology NSS Feedback and Assessment scores, UCL Arena 16th-17th April 2018
2017           Student-powered research: Experience from the Cities Aquatic Resources Project (CARP), International Perspectives on Research-Based Education, London, UCL, May 2017  

 Webcasts & reports/blogs
2018 Assessment and Feedback and the NSS : https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2018/apr/how-we-raised-our-nss-feedback-and-assessment-scores-26-three-years
2017 De-colonising the anthropology curriculum: Anthropology and the Student Voice.https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/news/2017/oct/diverse-voices-brought-anthropology-reading-lists-student-led-project
2016-present Cities Aquatic Resources Project. An initiative that combines teaching and research and is aimed at improving our understanding of the production, supply and consumption of aquatic resources in our urban centres. The project is designed to give real research and fieldwork experience to UCL Anthropology students whilst at the same time producing data of real societal benefit. https://carplondon.wordpress.com/
2010 Anthropology and Employability. Research report

Subjects taught in UG & PG Anthropology and cross-UCL courses
Human Ecology; Ecology of Fisher groups; Resource Use Impacts; Anthropological Methods; Anthropology, aquatic resources and development; Biosocial medical anthropology; Being Human; Global Citizenship and wellbeing – People and the Sea





Appointments
01-JAN-2004 Lecturer Anthropology UCL, United Kingdom
Academic Background
2018 SFHEA ATQ04 - Recognised by the HEA as a Senior Fellow – Teaching and Learning in Higher Education University College London
2010 CLTHE_1 Certificate in Learning and Teaching in HE Part 1 – Education - Postgraduate University College London
2010 FHEA ATQ03 - Recognised by the HEA as a Fellow – Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Higher Education Academy
1999 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Environmental Management Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
1994 MSc Master of Science – Environmental Management Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
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