National and International Associates

Scholars at other institutions whose work complements that of the Centre and who have an association:

Dr Laurel Birch Aguilar, Malawi Famine and Community Development Charitable Trust:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and community, urbanism and rural change;

Dr Hayder Al-Mohammad, University of Southampton:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and existentialism, embodiment, war and death;

Professor Vered Amit, Concordia University, Montreal:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and migration, transnationalism and globalism;

Dr Mette Berg, University of Oxford:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and multiculturalism, gender, equality, diaspora and labour;

Professor Aleksandar Boskovic, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and nationalism, gender and intellectual history;

Eduardo Caetano da Silva, UNICAMP, Brazil:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and migration, nationalisms and nation-States;

Dr Peter Collins, University of Durham:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and selfhood, health, religion, narrative and dialogue;

Professor Andrew Dawson, University of Melbourne:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and community, home, migration and post-industrialism;

Dr Guilherme Mansur Dias, UNICAMP, Brazil:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and international migrations, migration governability and multilateral entities, temporary labour, human trafficking;

Dr Jan Grill, University of Manchester:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and migration, Gypsies and the state;

Dr Anna Gustafsson, University of St. Andrews:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and the emotions, craftwork and identity;

Professor Ulf Hannerz, University of Stockholm:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and the global ecumene, mass media, culture and politics, transnationalism and localism;

Professor Keith Hart, The Memory Bank:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and economics, development studies and philosophy;

Dr Hua Liu, Guangxi University for Nationalities:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and Chinese history and culture, globalism and health;

Dr Mils Hills, Analytic Red and University of Coventry:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and policy, computer modelling and security;

Dr Andrew Irving, University of Manchester:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and phenomenology and issues of health and embodiment, in particular AIDs in Africa and North America;

Dr Laura Jeffery, University of Edinburgh:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and human rights, refugees, displacement and migration;

Professor Lisette Josephides, Queens University Belfast:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and existentialism, morality and social practice;

Dr Trenholme Junghans, Cambridge Univesity:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and state institutions, health and quality of life;

Dr Panas Karampampas, Institut interdisciplinaire d'anthropologie du contemporain (IIAC):
specializing in cosmopolitanism and intangible cultural heritage;

Dr Kai Kresse, Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and Islam, post-colonialism, philosophy and intellectual practice;

Professor Kristin Kuutma, University of Tartu:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and heritage (tangible and intangible), and the United Nations;

Dr Sonja Lenk, Cosmopolitan Institute, Heidelberg:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and the phenomenon of human consciousness;

Dr Huw Lloyd-Richards, University of St Andrews:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and listening and, hearing, sound and music.

Raquel Machaqueiro, ISCTE - IUL, Portugal:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and post-colonialism, development and the environment;

Dr Hideko Mitsui, University of Macau:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and war, gender, nationalism and narrative;

Dr Riyad Mustafa, Oxford University:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and Islam, urbanism, ethnicity and globalism;

Dr Morten Nielsen, Aarhus University:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and statehood, issues of urban poverty and pragmatism;

Dr Laura Obermuller, St Andrews University:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and Caribbean migration, asylum seekers and border control;

Dr Laura Obermuller, University of St Andrews
specialising in cosmopolitanism, refugees, governance and Caribbean migration;

Dr Salma Siddique, Edinburgh Napier University:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and clinical-cum-applied anthropology, issues of displacement, vulnerability and trauma;

Dr Jonathan Skinner, Queens University Belfast:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and travel, identity, postcolonialism, tourism and leisure;

Dr Márcia Anita Sprandel, UnB, Brazil:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and migration, peasantries, Brazilian social thought;

Professor Ronald Stade, Malmö University:
specializing in cosmopolitanism from Classical philosophy, and peace and conflict;

Dr Simone Toji, Institute for the Historic and Artistic Heritage, Ministry of Culture, Brazil:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and urbanism, methodology and representation, identity and belonging;

Edurne Urrestarazu, University of the Basque Country:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and cultural identity;

Professor Solrun Williksen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and home, narrative, reverie, memory and the self;

Professor Richard Wilson, University of Connecticut:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and human rights, humanitarianism, empathy and reconciliation;

Professor Pnina Werbner, Keele University:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and postcolonialism, migration, urbanism and pluralism;

Professor Helena Wulff, University of Stockholm:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and embodiment, emotion, gender and dance;

Dr Qingqing Yang, Minzu University:
specializing in cosmopolitanism and urbanism, space, modernization and personal identity;

Dr Jvan Yazdani, Sapienza University, Rome
specializing in cosmopolitanism and diaspora, ethnicity and home.

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