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Farhana Hoque

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Email: farhana.hoque.11@ucl.ac.uk
Tel: 07940076561
Year of start: January 2012
Subject: (Social Anthropology)

Research Topic/ Provisional Dissertation Title

The Journal of Cultural Identity in Chittagong Hill Tracts: A Transgenerational Approach

Supervisor(s):

Professor Roland Littlewood, Professor Susanne Keuchler

Introduction

Research interests

  • Migration
  • Self and Personhood
  • Cultural Persistence
  • Conflict and the Cycle of Violence
  • Genograms with Kinship Studies
  • Religion
  • Gender and Reproductive health

Academic Background/Education

MA in Medical Anthropology : Vrije University and University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands .

Certificate in Systemic Practice: The Institute of Family Therapy.

BA: University of Liverpool.

Honours and Awards

1999: Funding from Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs for research project on Gender and Reproductive Health in Mali.

2013: RAI - Horniman Museum Modern Day Collector Award.

Related Blogs:

Coin garlands:
www.horniman.ac.uk/get_involved/blog/five-go-collecting-coin-garlands-of-the-marma-community

Kingly swords:
www.horniman.ac.uk/get_involved/blog/five-go-collecting-kingly-swords

A Wedding Gift to the Bride:
www.horniman.ac.uk/get_involved/blog/five-go-collecting-a-wedding-gift-to-the-bride

Publications

“Cultural Constructs, Not Immutable Truths” (1999) in LOVA, The Journal of Anthropology of Holland, no. 1, pp. 35-40.

Visual Representations of the Woman in the Body (1999) in LOVA, The Journal of Anthropology of Holland, no. 1, pp. 40-42.

Conference Presentations

2013 July - Vienna: International Conference Negotiating Ethnicity: The Politics and Display of Cultural Identities in Northeast India.

2012 - RAI Postgraduate conference held at Kent University:
http://www.therai.org.uk/conferences/rai-postgraduate-conference/rai-second-annual-postgraduate-conference/

2012 October - Migration and Citizenship Workshop at Edinburgh University:
http://www.sps.ed.ac.uk/migration_and_citizenship/conferences/migration_and_citizenship_phd_workshop_2012


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