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Biography I am an anthropologist of health and environment with regional focus on Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa. I received my doctorate in Anthropology from Emory University, where I also gained a Master’s degree in Global Health. After two post-doctoral research positions (in Global Health at Emory, and in Evolutionary Anthropology at UCL), I began my teaching career at Durham (2014-15), and then taught medical anthropology at UCL for three years (2015-18). I took up the position of Assistant Professor at Durham in 2018.
Research Interests child development
hunger and thirst
mixed methods and epistemologies
socio-ecological change
social inequality
Horn of Africa