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Jan-Bart Gewald, PhD (1996), Leiden University is a historian and Director of the African Studies Centre Leiden. He has published on a wide range of subjects in African history and is specifically interested in the history of the social relationship between people and technology in Africa. His publications include Herero Heroes: A Socio-Political history of the Herero of Namibia 1890-1923 (James Currey, 1999) and The Speed of Change. Motor Vehicles and People in Africa, 1890-2000 (Brill, 2009), which he edited with Sabine Luning and Klaas van Walraven. Marja Spierenburg, Ph.D. (2003), University of Amsterdam, is Professor in Development Studies at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, and is affiliated to Stellenbosch University in South Africa as a Research Fellow. Her research focuses on the role of the private sector in nature conservation and land reforms in southern Africa, and the impacts on local communities' access to land and livelihood strategies. Marja Spierenburg shares the vice-chair of the Scientific Committee of the Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society, one of Future Earth's core projects. She is also a member of the International Advisory Committee for Biosphere Reserves, and she chairs the Scientific Advisory Board of the African Studies Centre Leiden. Harry Wels, Ph.D. (2000), VU University Amsterdam, is Associate Professor at that university, Publications Manager at the African Studies Centre Leiden and is affiliated to the University of Pretoria in South Africa as a Research Fellow. He has published on human-animal relations, including ''Animals like Us': Revisiting Organizational Ethnography and Research' (Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 2015) and, together with Karen Dalke, 'Ethnographic Research in a Changing Cultural Landscape', in Nyman, J. and Schuurman, N. (eds), Affect, Space and Animals (Routledge, 2016).
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