M. van Amerom
Marloes van Amerom "studied African Studies (BA & MA) at Leiden University, specializing in tourism & international governance (1993-1997). After working as a consultant in a Job Centre for a few years, she started a PhD in Political Geography at the University of Durham (UK), on the political aspects of Transboundary Conservation Areas in Southern Africa, which was completed at the start of 2005. From 2003 – Mid 2005 she also worked as a tutor in Sociology & Political Science at the University of Edinburgh. She has joined STeHPS since November 2005 as a post-doc."  Recently reviewed a report for the IUCN. 
- Marloes van Amerom (2005) "On the Road to Peace?: Co-operation and Conflict in Southern Africa's Peace Parks", Ph.D thesis, University of Durham.
Resources and articles
Related Sourcewatch articles
- M. van Amerom, Centre for Studies of Science, Technology and Society, accessed October 19, 2008.