Main research and teaching areas
- The Tsunami Impact on the "Sea Nomad" Urak Lawoi’s Social and Cultural Life in Thailand.
- The impact of tourism on Indigenous People
- Visual Anthropology
My research focuses mainly on the impact of tourism on the Urak Lawoi, "sea nomads" (Chao Ley or "Sea Gypsies") in the Andaman Sea, Thailand and the socio-cultural changes for them after the tsunami.
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Ann-Charlotte Lotta Granbom is an Socialanthropologist from Lund University, Sweden, who also has education in film ethnography and filmmaking for fieldwork at Dalarna University and University of Manchester.
Film: The Honey Hunting has been screened:
- 22-23 November. Asia Pacific International Ethnographic Documentary Festival (APERTURE) in Melbourne, Australia.
- 30 Nov – 1 Dec. Athens Ethnographic Film Festival.
- 23 – 26 August. 32nd Nordic Anthropological Film Association (NAFA) in Tromsö, Norway.
- 27 – 29 June. The heart of Slavonia: 9th International Ethno film festival Djakovo, Republic of Croatia.
- 24 May – 2 June. Londons International Documentary Filmfestival (LIDF).
- 12-16 March. Days of Ethnographic Films, Ljubljana in Slovenia.