Member Germana Nicklin

Dr Germana Nicklin is a senior lecturer at Massey University, New Zealand’s Centre for Defence and Security Studies. Her research focuses on the effects of borders on humans’ interactions with different political environments, with a particular focus on the Antarctic. Her research and writing on Antarctica includes: Turning Attention to the Layered and Dispersed Access Management System of the Antarctic Treaty System (2019, The Polar Journal); The implied border mechanisms of Antarctica: Arguing the case for an  Antarctic borderscape (2020, Borderlands); and Antarctica’s Gateways and Gatekeepers: Polar scenarios in a polarising Anthropocene (Frame, B., Yermakova, Y., Flamm, P., Nicklin, G., De Paula, G., Badhe, R., & Tunez, F., 2021, The Anthropocene Review).