Australasian Animal Studies Association

Widin, Sam

PhD Candidate

University of Sydney
Research interests / activities

Sam Widin is a PhD candidate in the Department of History at the University of Sydney. He has taught in the Environmental Humanities and History at UNSW and the University of Sydney. He is currently teaching an environmental, cultural history of the Great Barrier Reef. Sam's PhD is focused on the small and declining population of palm cockatoos in the Cape York Peninsula.