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Marwa H. Ghazali

Ph.D. Student
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African medical anthropology; The study of health and poverty among squatter populations of Cairo, Egypt's "City of the Dead"; Rural-Urban migration, inequality, and perceptions of illness/wellness; Structural violence, agency, and everyday resistance; Migration and Identity; Refugee Studies; Somali Bantu refugee experience; trauma, memory, and embodiment; Lived suffering, peacetime crimes, and everyday violence; Slavery, narrative, and contemporary identity; Peace and Conflict Studies; Post-colonial studies--North Africa; Women and Islam; Contemporary Islam; Construction and deconstruction of HIV/AIDS Stigma in MENA region.

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