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Olivia Ferrari

UGA Arch
PhD Student

Olivia Ferrari is a doctoral student in the Anthropology - Integrative Conservation Ph.D. program. Her background has involved research on human impacts on wildlife populations in the UK and Latin America. Her current work focuses on how political change and conflict intersect with community-based environmental conservation in Colombia.


MRes Biodiversity, Evolution, and Conservation, University College London

B.A. Anthropology & Psychology, CUNY Hunter College

Articles Featuring Olivia Ferrari
Friday, September 24, 2021 - 10:40am

Congratulations to Olivia Ferrari, Anthropology and ICON PhD student, on receiving a Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) award for her project, "Socio-ecological Borderlands at Medellin’s Periphery: Spaces of Multispecies Opportunity."…

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