Maria Six-Hohenbalken

Maria Six-Hohenbalken (Dr.) is deputy director of the Institute for Social Anthropology at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and a lecturer in the Department for Social and Cultural Anthropology at Universität Wien. Her fields of interest include political violence, migration, refuge, memory studies, transnationalism and diaspora studies, and historical anthropology.

Series Editor: Forced Migration Studies Series

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, European Ethnology, Sociology, Sociology of Migration

Publications in the Series: Forced Migration Studies Series



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Embodied Violence and Agency in Refugee Regimes
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Embodied Violence and Agency in Refugee Regimes

Anthropological Perspectives

Multiple refugee regimes govern the lives of forced migrants. Through various ethnographic cases, this book reveals the embodied violence of agency within these regimes.

Book Chapter

  1. Lexikon der Globalisierung


    Seiten 44 - 47

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