Social & Cultural Anthropology

Alexander Chaplin  Alexander Chaplin

Project

How CouchSurfing’s attempts to overcome one-dimensional forms of ‘othering’ work out in practice, theorizing how hosts and guests who meet in person – and in ‘everyday’ settings like the home – rework second-hand information (e.g. media images) about each other through a travel network that seeks to authenticate a cosmopolitan view on (cultural) diversity.

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Adane Kebede Gebeyehu

Project

My doctoral project is focused on the adaptive responses of Omo Valley communities to growing insecurity with the climate variability and political-ecological changes, in Ethiopia.

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Jessica Greganich

Project

Mobility of the religious practitioner in various religious contexts, especially the “religious butinage” from the analysis of life journey.

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Jesse Jonkman

Project

My research explores the socio-territorial frictions that pervade informal gold mining in the Chocó, Colombia.

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Lovrenovic  Maja Lovrenovic

Project

Making sense of the war-ridden past: violence, memory and the historical imagination in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Josh Maiyo  Josh Maiyo 

Project

Development as a Trojan horse? Chinese Large Scale Land Acquisitions in Uganda


Erik van Ommering

Project

The dual nature of education in contexts of violent conflict: a classroom-based analysis of the violence inducing and -averting capacities of primary schools in Lebanon

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Rabemanatsoa  Carole Rabemanantsoa

Project

The Mining-conservation nexus: New regimes of ‘’sustainable development ‘’ in Madagascar

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Sahin  Mehmet Sahin

Project

The Golden Generation: Islam, Inspiration, Ethical techniques of binding within the Gülen Movement

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