Dr Fiona E McCormack
Convenor, Senior Lecturer, International Adviser, Undergraduate Adviser
Qualifications: PhD University of Auckland; MA First Class Honours, University of Auckland; BSc University College London
Fisheries, environmental anthropology, economic anthropology, indigeneity, property
McCormack, F. (2018). Indigenous settlements and market environmentalism: An untimely coincidence?. In D. Howard-Wagner, M. Bargh, & I. Altamirano-Jimenez (Eds.), The Neoliberal State, Recognition and Indigenous Rights: New paternalism to new imaginings (pp. 273-291). ANU Press. doi:10.22459/CAEPR40.07.2018.15
McCormack, F. (2018). [Review of Under the volcano: The people of Kalapana, 1823 to 2010 by Charles Langlas and Kūpuna]. Pacific Affairs, 91(4), 863-865.
McCormack, F. (2018). Māori saltwater commons: Property, wealth and inequality. Commoning Ethnography, 1(1), 9-31.
McCormack, F. (2017). Private oceans The enclosure and marketisation of the seas. Pluto Press (UK)/ University of Chicago Press.
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