Karen Bryant

Karen Bryant

Sociology: Sociology of human rights, especially human right to a healthy environment, environmental human rights defenders, and indigenous rights including self-determination and right to free, prior, and informed consent; Marx; conflict theory; settler colonial theory; epistemologies of the “South”; political sociology; sociologies of violence, emancipation, and peace; environmental sociology; humans-in-nature; activism and social movements, especially transnational human rights and rights of nature movements; Third sector; Social networks; Systems thinking, especially regenerative socioecological systems, transformation, re-localization of economies, alternative futures. Sociological methods: quantitative, qualitative, mixed, and participatory research methods. Anthropology: biological, cultural, and political.