Daniel Niles is a human-environmental geographer (PhD Clark University) at the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (Kyoto, Japan). He is interested in what people mean, and the landscapes they envision, when they talk about “sustainable agriculture”. He has served as visiting researcher at the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka, Japan) in 2008, and as assistant (2009) and associate (2014) professor at RIHN. Publication e.g.: Slow places, fast movements and the making of contemporary rurality (in Critical Food Issues: Society, Culture and Ethics, Praeger Press 2009).
Instructor, Campus 2016 (Co-Evolutionary Perspectives on the Technosphere Seminar)