Christian A. Kull is a geographer, with particular interest in the social dimensions of environmental change in developing countries, islands, and highlands, and everywhere else too. He is currently professor at the Institute for Geography and Sustainability, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
From 2018 to 2021 he served as Vice Dean of Research, Communication and Quality in the Faculty of Geosciences and Environment.
Previously, he was:
- 2003-2014: Associate Professor, Centre for Geography and Environmental Science, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia (2015-2017: Adjunct Associate Professor)
- 2012-2013: Adjunct Professor, School of Geography, Earth Science, and Environment, University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji
- first half of 2010: Visiting scholar, Centre for Development and Environment, Geographisches Institut, University of Bern, Switzerland
- 2000-2003: Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, McGill University
- 1999-2000: trailing spouse and thesis writer, Pétionville, Haiti
- 1997-2000: PhD, supervised by Prof. Nancy Peluso, ESPM Department (Environmental Science, Policy, and Management), University of California, Berkeley
- 1995-1996: MSc, Yale University, School of Forestry and Enviromental Studies
- 1993-1995: MA, Department of Geography, University of Colorado, Boulder
- 1992-1993: Fulbright Scholar, Department of Geography, University of Oslo, Norway
- second half of 1991: Geography intern, National Geographic Society, Washington DC
- 1987-1991: BA, Geography & Environmental Studies, Dartmouth College
Editorial boards. I am Associate Editor at Environmental Conservation and member of the board at Natures, Sciences, et Sociétés, Environment and Planning E : Nature and Space, and the Fire Social Science section of Fire.
Contact: Go to my institutional official website (see links at right), or email me directly.
CV: Here’s an up-to-date PDF of my long-version CV: Christian Kull CV (this link downloads a PDF from Google Docs – it’s a little slow to load, be patient)
It’s quite eery as I knew a Christian Kull in the early eighties doing Botany at UTC, University of Cape Town South Africa. Charming guy with a face, well as far as I can remember (and I like to think I never forget a face….or a name for that matter) almost exactly the same as yours.
Am I living a kind of warped punarjanm or are you?
Truly mysterious! I have no reall explanation for this. Thought I should mention it anyway.
I’ll have to search out my Doppelgänger some day… perhaps that explains my drift towards botanic topics! Best wishes.