Thinking about integration as imperfect translation

Emma Bider is a recent MA graduate in anthropology with a specialization in African studies at Carleton University. Her interests lie in the relationship between cultural identity and place, the cultural importance of music and the politics of integration. Thinking about integration as imperfect translation: How Tuareg women are bringing their music to Europe Before […]

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Home sweet home? How we deal with our return from the field

Niaan Pereboom recently graduated from Aarhus University in Denmark, where she studied Human Security. For her fieldwork, Niaan worked for an Embassy in Belgrade and simultaneously conducted research for her master thesis, which offered insights into the influence of international actors in the promotion of transitional justice. Home sweet home? How we deal with our […]

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Intersectional account of Ethiopian women’s circular migration

Dusit Abdi Ali recently obtained her master’s degree from the Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology at Uppsala University in Sweden. She wrote her master thesis about the migration and re-migration of Ethiopian domestic workers, which includes interviews held with twelve women. In this article, Dusit will elaborate on the (intersectional) findings of her master […]

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