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About Ulrike M Vieten

Ulrike M Vieten is a Queen’s University Fellow at the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice. She is an expert in research on racism, gender (intersectionality), migration, citizenship and on far right populism. She previously held a British Council/ Newton Fund grant on ‘the politics of loss’, in 2016, also in cooperation with Fiona Murphy and Evropi Chatzipanagiotidou. She is a board member of the International Sociological Association (ISA) ‘Research Committee on Racism, Nationalism, Indigeneity and Ethnicity’(RC05).

 

Articles by Ulrike M Vieten

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Refugees, displacement and moving bodies: studying loss and the language of dance

Dance offers an avenue to communicate experiences of loss (for example of refugees, expelled ethno-religious or national minorities) beyond language barriers.

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