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Completed research projects

Project leader Project title
Anders The special court for Sierra Leone
Guggenheim Conversion. A comparative ethnography of the interaction between buildings and society.
Change of Use. A Comparative Ethnography of the Interactions Between Buildings and Society
Hong Tschalär Islam, Gender and Modernity in the Context of Legal Pluralism in Lucknow, Northern India. Muslim Women Negotiating Women's Rights and Gender Equality in Non-State Legal Forums
Jain Translocal subjectivities of second generation Indians in Switzerland
Jucker Gesundheitserleben von marginalisierten Bewohnern in Quito, Ecuador - Eine medizinethnologische Studie aus salutogenetischer Perspektive
Kalny Social Movements, Human Rights and Globalisation. A socio-anthropological analysis based on a case study of Petén, Guatemala.
Karagiannis Between Globalism and National Order: Pentecostalism as a Challenge to Nation-State and National Ideology in Greece
Kosmatopoulos Governing Conflict: Expert networks in Lebanon and beyond
Nef Saluz Contemporary forms of Islamic student activism in Indonesia
Neuhaus Legal Pluralism and the limits of state sovereignity: Ethnography of the local state in Papua New Guinea.
Peyer Hidden Divorces? Women's Strategies in Resolving Marital Conflicts in a South Indian Town
Randeria The (un)making of special economic zones: industry, state and social movements in India
Rest Water Power. Discourses on Modernity and Development around the Nepalese Arun-3 Hydropower Project.
Strulik Politics Embedded: Women's Quota and Local Democracy: Negotiating Gender Relations in North India
„GRAUE MUSLIME“? Mittelschicht und Moderne in Südasien. Muslimische Mittelschicht im Spannungsfeld konkurrierender (trans-)nationaler Projekte der Moderne
von Wyss-Giacosa Piktorale Ethnographie Asiens im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert

Last update 01.12.2013