Anselmo Matusse

Anselmo Matusse holds a bachelor’s degree in English Language Teaching and Anthropology from Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique, and a master’s degree in Environmental Science from Linköping University, Sweden. He maintains a blog on science and society and is a PhD candidate in Social Anthropology at the University of Cape Town. He is a researcher at Kaleidoscopio: Research in Public Policy and Culture. His current PhD research has been funded by the National Geographic Society and the National Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences.

Recent publications:
2018. Laws, parks, reserves and local peoples: a brief historical analysis of conservation legislation in Mozambique. Conservation and Society
2018. Radical bricoleurs: on doing science and conservationism in Mozambique, engagement blog, Anthropology of Environment and Society
 

Associate member
University of Cape Town