Home > Research > Researchers > James Fraser

Current Postgraduate Research Students

James Fraser supervises 4 postgraduate research students. If these students have produced research profiles, these are listed below:

Student research profiles

Show all »

View graph of relations

Dr James Fraser

Lecturer

Lancaster University

LEC Building

LA1 4YQ

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 592196

Research overview

Research:

James' research is on social and environmental dimensions of smallholder natural resource management in the humid tropics of Latin America and Africa.

He focuses on two themes in particular; i) local agro-ecological knowledge, and ii) social and environmental justice issues.

These are investigated with theory and methods from a variety of disciplines, including anthropology, geography and development studies.  

Teaching:

James contributes to several undergraduate and postgraduate modules and is convener for:

LEC 322 Environment, Society and Politics in Amazonia (taught with Luke Parry & Jos Barlow)

LEC 331 Food and Agriculture in the 21st Century (taught with Rebecca Whittle & Katerina Psarikidou)

Roles:

James is Part I Director of Studies for Geography

He is the LEC Interdisciplinary 'Tsar' and on the Interdisciplinary PhD Panel 

Office Hours:

Monday 2-4pm

Room B538 in LEC1

View all (20) »