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Sarah Boisson

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Sarah Boisson is PhD Student at Université Côte d’Azur, PhD CNRS followship. Supervisors : Élisabeth Cunin and Marie Lesclingand. Provisionnal Title of the research : “Intimate female surgery in France: plural interventions and homogenization of female bodies”

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Aïda Castellano

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Aïda Castellano is PhD Student at Urmis Paris. Title of PhD Dissertation: “Afro-Cuban” artists and dances in Barcelona, Toulouse and Havana: the religious at the heart of the construction of a transnational Cuban identity. Contact : aida.castellanobro@gmail.com

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Anne-Myriam Abdelhak

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Anne-Myriam Abdelhak is PhD Student in anthropology at Urmis Paris. Title of the PhD dissertation: Street arts in Morocco, from ordinary practices to performance.

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Florie Bavard

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Florie Bavard is PhD Student in anthropology at Urmis Paris. Title: Bodies, Nudities, and Representations in Egypt, 1860-2014 Supervisors: Nicolas Puig (URMIS-Paris Diderot-IRD) and Jocelyne Dakhlia (CRH-EHESS). Contact: florie.bavard@gmail.com

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Donna Melissa Espino Torres

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PhD student in anthropology and sociology at Paris Diderot, URMIS-ED382 Thesis director : Odile Hoffmann Thesis co-director : Olga Odgers Thesis project : Indigenous Migration and Religious Conversion in the Northwest Border of Mexico: Narratives, Networks and Trans-local actors in the Experiences of Religious Conversion among Zapotec Women in Baja California In Spanish In French

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Jimmy Stef

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PhD student in sociology at the Université Côte d’Azur. He has a doctoral contract (36 months), funded by the CNRS, with international mobility of 20 months (InSHS). He is part of URMIS (Nice) and Research Institute for Contemporary Southeast Asia (USR 3142 – UMIFRE 22 CNRS MAEDI, Bangkok, Thailand). Thesis in preparation since October 2018: The internationalization of higher education in Southeast Asia. Between transnational education, privatization and making of [Lire la suite…]