Fijn, Dr Natasha
Dr Natasha Fijn’s research engages with aspects of visual anthropology, animal domestication and animal studies. Her ongoing interest is in cross-cultural perceptions and attitudes towards other animals; as well as the use of the visual, particularly observational filmmaking, as an integral part of her research. She has recently completed a documentary film on multispecies Mongolian medicine ‘Two Seasons: medicinal health in Mongolia’. Her book Living with Herds: human-animal coexistence in Mongolia was published by Cambridge University Press in 2011.