Christian Kull is a geographer with interests in the human dimensions of environmental change through a political ecology perspective. He investigates the political and social aspects of resource management issues like fire, invasive species, small-scale agriculture, deforestation, tree planting, and protected areas conservation, particularly in developing country contexts. He is also interested in the history of human caused land-use change and plant movements. Christian’s research has focused principally on countries in and around the Indo-Pacific realm. Christian received his B.A. degree (1991) from Dartmouth College, M.A. degree (1995) from the University of Colorado, USA, another M.A. degree (1996) from the Yale University, USA, and Ph.D. degree (2000) from the University of California at Berkeley, USA. His primary appointment is at the Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, where he has taught since 2003; he serves also as an Adjunct Professor at the University of the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji.
Biography Updated on 15 August 2012