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Dr Joy Owen

Research interest

Transnationalism, Congolese migration with a broader interest in migration from the African continent, diaspora, identity studies, cosmopolitanism, service-learning in anthropology, experiential ethnography, political and economic anthropology, auto-anthropology, sexuality studies, transnational religion, migrant livelihoods and methodological improvisation.

Research Areas

  • Transnational Congolese migration
  • Diaspora studies
  • Experiential ethnography
  • Auto-anthropology
  • Police ‘culture’
  • Race, ethnicity, identity and citizenship
  • ‘African’ Masculinity/ies and femininity/ies
  • Migrant livelihoods
  • Migrant religion
  • Sexuality/ies

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