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Name: Pablo Domínguez

Affiliation: Research Fellow and Associate Lecturer at the Ethno-ecology Laboratory / Laboratory for the Analysis of Socio-Ecological Systems in a Global World (http://icta.uab.es/Etnoecologia/index.php / http://ictaweb.uab.cat/linia_recerca.php?linia=30&area=2&setLanguage=en) and the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology (http://www.uab.cat/antropologia/), Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona, 08193 – Bellaterra (Spain)

Contact details: Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA)
Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona, 08193 – Bellaterra (Spain)
Email: eco.antropologias@gmail.com

Statement of interest: He has focused most of his research on the Maghreb, particularly on the agro-silvo-pastoralism of Berber populations of the High Atlas of Morocco and their AGDALS, Morocco’s prime Indigenous Peoples’ and Community Conserved Areas (hereafter ICCAs: https://iucn.org/about/union/commissions/ceesp/topics/governance/icca/). For the last decade his main theoretical question has been how symbolic-cultural representations and socio-material uses of the Environment relate to each other in the case of AGDALS and how to approach this in an increasingly holistic manner (www.tdx.cat/bitstream/10803/79093/1/pdg1de1.pdf). His present and future research agenda concentrate on how to implement the accumulated knowledge on eco-anthropological theory, ICCAs and agro-silvo-pastoralism through procedures of heritization within a Mediterranean Political Ecology framework (http://www.mediter.ird.fr).

Geographical/topical area of interest: With a background of a Magrebist and a specialization on Berber populations, currently he is opening to new communities of agro-silvo-pastoralists within the Mediterranean mountains in sites such as Sicily, the Apennines, the Pyrenees and the Andalusian Baetic mountains. In this context he is currently the Principal Investigator of the three year project in Spain and Morocco “Socio-Ecological Heritization of ICCAs (HERICCA): http://icta.uab.es/Etnoecologia/proyecto.php?Id_proyecto=98.