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About Lisa Pilgram
Lisa Pilgram works at The Open University as part of the ‘Oecumene: Citizenship after Orientalism’ research project. She is currently writing her PhD on Muslim family law as a site of citizenship in the UK. During her undergraduate studies in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, she developed a strong interest in migration issues. She joined a post-graduate programme on Migration and Ethnic Minority Law (SOAS) where she focused her research on UK and European law on family reunification, migration and citizenship, as well as on legal issues affecting Muslim communities in Europe.
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