Photo - Lewis DalyLewis Daly
Teaching Fellow in Social Anthropology

Lewis Daly is an environmental anthropologist who teaches in the UCL Anthropology Department. He conducts ongoing ethnographic research with indigenous communities in Amazonian Guyana, focusing on multispecies relationships, agroecological systems, shamanism, and the politics of conservation. Lewis completed his doctorate in Anthropology at the University of Oxford in 2015. He is currently collaborating on research projects with the NGO BirdLife International and the Ethno-ornithology World Archive (EWA) in Oxford, as well as the Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi (MPEG) in Belém, Brazil.

Photo - Xinyuan WangXinyuan Wang
Postdoctoral Researcher in Digital Anthropology

Xinyuan Wang is a postdoctoral researcher at the UCL Anthropology Department, working on social media in industrial China. She completed her doctorate at UCL in 2016, after obtaining an MSc from the department’s Digital Anthropology programme. Xinyuan is an artist in Chinese traditional painting and calligraphy. She is the author of the book Social Media in Industrial China (UCL Press, 2016) and the co-author of the book How the World Changed Social Media (UCL Press, 2016). She translated the volume Digital Anthropology – edited by Horst and Miller (2012) – into Chinese, and contributed a chapter on digital anthropology in China.