Dawn Starin

Dawn Starin is an honorary research associ­ate at University College London and has spent decades doing research in Africa and Asia. Her articles have appeared in publications as varied as Critical Asian Studies, The Ecologist, Gastronomica, Journal of the Royal So­ciety of Medicine, Natural History, New Internationalist, New Statesman, The New York Times, and Philosophy Now.

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