On Thursday, April 12, Merrill Baker ’03 will present a lecture—Fluid Relations: Marine Conservation and Gendered Resources Use in Madagascar— as part of the Environmental Science and Policy program’s “Lunchbag” series.
Merrill was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to work in Madagascar in 2003. She is now a PhD candidate at the University of California, Berkeley in the College of Natural Resources. Her research focuses on women’s perspectives of and participation in resource management and how gender influences patterns of marine resource use.
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