Rune Bolding Bennike
My current research deals with political economy and rural transformation in the Himalaya. I work, in particular on land, tourism, post-disaster, capitalist frontiers, and fragmented public authority. In earlier research, I have worked on landscape, territory, identity politics and local autonomy movement in the Nepal-India borderland. I am trained as a political scientist, but my research approach is highly interdisciplinary. My work relies on a combination of fieldwork and ethnographic methods with historical and textual analysis.
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