human-environment interaction, conservatism in the United States, acoustemology, global neighborhood, economic anthropology
Wyoming (USA); Kenia
Daniel Jákli (M.A.) graduated in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in cultural and social anthropology and sociology at the University of Bayreuth. After that he did his master’s degree at the Georg August University of Göttingen. Since 2019 he is doing his doctoral studies at the Institute of Anthropology and African Studies at the Johannes Gutenberg University. His scientific interests are globalization, land use and land conflicts as well as the sensory perception of the environment and the american conservatism. With his thesis "Not so rosy: neighborhood and resource conflicts in Naivasha, Kenya" he graduated in 2018 with a master’s degree with distinction in cultural and social anthropology.
Jákli, Daniel, 2019. Alles nicht so rosig. Nachbarschaft und Ressourcenkonflikte in der Naivasharegion, Kenia. GISCA Occacional Paper Series 23.
The Sound of Freedom: Nature and Politics in the USA