Rebecca Lawrence is a research fellow based at the Department of Political Science at Stockholm University. Rebecca’s research is interdisciplinary and focuses on the intersection of Indigenous claims with governments and the private sector. Central to her research concerns are the rights of Indigenous peoples; ethical responsibilities of the corporate sector and the chain of accountability throughout global resource industries. Rebecca works closely both with companies, NGOs and communities in her research. Rebecca’s intellectual interests include Foucauldian analyses of power, governmentality, liberalism, Indigenous rights theory, critical state theory, post-colonialism, gender theory and questions of representation.
- New Report: Kakadu World Heritage Site Under Threat From Uranium Mine
- New report: Fighting to be herd
- Accumulating Minerals and Dispossessing Indigenous Australians: Native Title Recognition as Settler‐Colonialism
- New REXSAC report highlighted in SvD series on Sami land rights
- New report: Mining industry perspectives on indigenous rights
- The politics of planning: assessing the impacts of mining on Sami lands
- "Då är det inte renskötsel”