Anna Notsu

Anna Notsu holds an MSc in Cultural Anthropology from Leiden University, where she currently works as a junior lecturer. Her research interests involve political ecology, agricultural practices, environmental degradation, and more-than-human healing. At present, she is looking to start her doctoral research on customary land usages and emergent forms of regenerative practices – relatives to governmental, ontological, and religious understandings of land, soil, and other natural resources in Meghalaya, North East India, aiming to think about ways to ‘heal’ damaged processes of contemporary environmentalism without imposing development-oriented ideas of restoration and conservation.