Giuseppe’s research is at the intersection of sociocultural anthropology and International Human Rights Law. He is interested in understanding how legal frameworks should be framed to address peoples’ needs and future expectations.
Giuseppe completed his PhD in socio-legal anthropology from Durham University (U.K.) in 2022. Titled “Cumulative effects, anthropogenic changes, and modern life paths in sub-Arctic contexts. Envisioning the future in Northeastern British Columbia: the case of the Doig and Blueberry River First Nations,” For more information on Giuseppe and the Rebuilding First Nations Governance Project, please click on the embedded. links.