Dr. Anne-Katrin Broocks is a social anthropologist and sociologist working on human-nature-interaction & (im)mobilities from a broad range of perspectives. Besides coordinating the WP3 she aims to understand how soils, forests and humans make sense of the Amazon and co-create futures in times of transformations, drawing from discoursive constructivism and multi-species ethnography.
Claudia Pinzón, political scientist. After completing her master's degree in Latin American Studies, she now focuses on dialogic/community spaces and the connections between land use (change), youth and migration in the Peru-Brazil-Bolivia research region.
Academic Assistant: Diana Figueroa, political scientist. Now her research interest focus especially on the question of how the livelihoods and reproductive economies of women's* groups in the Amazon region change due to the effects of climate change.