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University of Oxford (Oxford)
International Development

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Contact personDr Dawn Chatty
Reader in Anthropology and Forced Migra 
Street3 Mansfield Road 
Address OX1 3TB - Oxford (United Kingdom) 
Social Media+441865281730
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Employees (in Depart.)51-250 
Organisation TypeSecondary or higher education establishment 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» Anthropology
» Area studies
» Ethnic studies
» Gender and sexuality studies
» Sociology
» Environmental sciences
» Health sciences

 Brief description of your activity focus
Development and Social Change in the Middle East with special focus on refugees, minorities, gender and nomadic pastoralists [ mobile peoples]

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
BA in anthropology
MA in Development Studies
PHD in Social Antrohopology
Practical knowledge and experience in applied and participatory research approaches
 Research Activities

 International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
Dawn Chatty is Deputy Director of the Refugee Studies Centre, Queen Elizabeth House, and University Reader in Anthropology & Forced Migration, University of Oxford. She is a social anthropologist with long experience in the Middle East as a university teacher, and development practitioner. She has taught at the University of California at Santa Barbara, at the State University of California at San Diego, at the American University of Beirut, at the University of Damascus, at Sultan Qaboos University and since 1996 at the University of Oxford. She has worked with the regional offices of various international agencies including UNDP, UNICEF, FAO, IFAD, and USAID. Her research interests include nomadic pastoralism and conservation, gender and development, health, illness and culture, children and adolescents in prolonged conflict and forced migration, and development-induced displacement.

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