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Hannah Harewood Gould

Arc Research Fellow
Social And Political Sciences
Material Culture
Buddhism
death
sensory anthropology
japan
religion
soka gakkai
buddhism
arts & humanities
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Ms

Hannah Harewood Gould

 
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Arts
 
Primary Interest
Anthropology
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Ms

Hannah Harewood Gould

 

Hannah Gould is a cultural anthropologist working in the areas of death, religion, and material culture. Her research is focused processes of disposal and divestment, in regard to both the human dead and material artefacts.

Hannah is ARC Research Fellow with the Death Tech Research Team, working on the ARC funded project "Disposal of the dead: beyond burial and cremation". Her doctoral research project investigates transformations to the spiritual economy of domestic Buddhist Altars (仏壇) and associated mourning rituals in contemporary Japan.

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2015

Japan Foundation Fellowship

2013

Rae and Edith Bennett Trust

2013

1854 Student Scholarship

Museum Victoria

2018

Japan Foundation Fellowship


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Awards

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Arc Research Fellow

Social And Political Sciences

Member

Association for Asian Studies

Committee Member

Australasian Association for Buddhist Studies

Member

Australian Anthropological Society

Member

Asian Studies Association of Australia

Education

Education


MSci. Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology

University of Oxford

Bachelor of Arts (Anthropology and Linguistics)

University of Melbourne

Diploma in Languages

University of Melbourne

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