Associate Professor Chris Lyttleton

Associate Professor Chris Lyttleton

Associate Professor Chris Lyttleton

Associate Professor Chris Lyttleton

Associate Professor Lyttleton is a lecturer and researcher in the Department of Anthropology. His research interests include social consequences of economic development and modernisation in Southeast Asia; global health security; the social impact of HIV/AIDS and malaria; sexuality; social suffering and health vulnerability amongst migrants and minority groups.

Over the past 25 years he has worked with a large number of organisations including UN agencies, AusAID (now under DFAT), Asian Development Bank, and various NGOs on programs such as drug dependence (opium), lessening threats to infectious disease (sexual health and malaria) and assessing modernisation's impact on livelihood choices (infrastructure development).

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