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Research interests

My research undertakes a critical feminist and anthropological approach to the study of peace-building processes. I am particularly interested in delving into social dynamics of violence and peace and the intersection with emotions, silences and bodily memory. I have conducted ethnographic research in Northern Ireland and in the Basque Country. My research has developed a critique of, and offers an alternative to, conceptions of post- ceasefire processes in terms of orthodox peace-building discourse, as ‘post-conflict’, seeking ‘reconciliation’, and centred on recognition of the experiences of the ‘victims of terrorism’.

Scholarly biography

ESCR Postdoctoral Research Fellow. PhD in Humanities at University of Brighton. MA in Anthropology at Queen's University Belfast. Expert in Gender and Communication. BA in Journalism and BA in Social Anthropology at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain). Co-founder of the feminist non-profit organisation Pandora Mirabilia.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Brighton

Award Date: 15 Jan 2020


  • GN Anthropology
  • Feminism
  • Gender
  • Peace
  • Conflict
  • Basque studies
  • Violence
  • Social Policy


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