Wade Davis

Country: Canada

Wade Davis is a renowned Professor of Anthropology and the BC Leadership Chair in Cultures and Ecosystems at Risk at the University of British Columbia. With an impressive collection of 23 books under his belt, Wade obtained his degrees in anthropology and biology from Harvard University and earned a Ph.D. in ethnobotany. He served as the Explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society from 2000 to 2013 and was honored as a member of the Order of Canada in 2016.

Wade Davis adalah Profesor Antropologi ternama sekaligus BC Leadership Chair untuk Departemen Kebudayaan dan Ekosistem Terancam di University of British Columbia. Dengan koleksi menakjubkan 23 buku yang telah ia tulis, Wade mendapatkan gelarnya di bidang antropologi dan biologi dari Harvard University, sekaligus mendapatkan PhD dalam etnobotani. Ia menjabat sebagai Explorer-in-Residence untuk National Geographic Society dari 2000 hingga 2013 dan diganjar kehormatan sebagai anggota Order of Canada pada 2016.

Appearing in

Private: Main Program | Preserving Tomorrow: Integrating Conservation and Indigenous Knowledge

The natural world and indigenous practices are inextricably linked. In this poignant conversation, hear about how the natural world is preserved through indigenous wisdom. Ethnographer Justin Wejak, anthropologist Wade Davis, …

Special Event | A Night in the Amazon: Tales of Magic and Wisdom

Enter the extraordinary world of the Amazon with an evening filled with magical stories and insights. Wade Davis, Helena Gualinga and Carlos CastaƱo, will tell their tale about the Amazon’s …

Special Event | Magdalena River of Dreams: Wade Davis at Banyan Tree

Escape to the enchanting Banyan Tree resort, in Bali’s verdant highlands, for an intimate three-course lunch with the renowned cultural anthropologist and ethnobotanist, Wade Davis. Described as ‘a rare combination …