SSD 2022: Video Training for Research Impact, Academic Engagement and Science Communication


  • School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography
  • University of Oxford
  • Video 4 Impact – SSD – 2022

Ina has conducted anthropological research in Nepal since 2008 and a shorter period of fieldwork with irregular Nepali migrants in the USA. Her main research interests lie at the intersection of the anthropology of violence and social suffering, practice theory, and the anthropology of migration, with a focus on transnational family networks, debt-driven migration, and economies of waiting and hope under late capitalism. She has started developing an interest in the anthropology of religion and the invisible world through her work on ‘reluctant shamans’ and Christian conversion among one of the indigenous groups in Nepal.

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