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Dr Rebecca Frilund

VC Fellow

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

Rebecca Frilund

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  • Towards Better (Territorial) Solutions for Displaced People: The Tibetan Model, Frilund, R. 14 Feb 2024, In: Planning Theory and Practice
  • Asylum Seeking Journeys in Asia: Refugees in Hong Kong and Bangkok. By Terence Chun Tat Shum, Frilund, R. 19 Apr 2020, In: Journal of Refugee Studies
  • Exploring (transit) migration through a postcolonial lens: Tibetans migrating to India and beyond, Frilund, R. 18 May 2020, In: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
  • From Tibet to India and further : transit journeys and onward-migration aspirations of Tibetan-born Tibetans in Dharamsala, Frilund, R. 14 Jun 2019
  • Tibetan Refugee Journeys: Representations of Escape and Transit, Frilund, R. 1 Sep 2019, In: Refugee Survey Quarterly
  • (Transit) migration via Nepal and India: Tibetans en route to the West, Frilund, R. 1 Mar 2019, In: Migration Studies
  • Teasing the boundaries of ‘volunteer tourism’: local NGOs looking for global workforce, Frilund, R. 4 Mar 2018, In: Current Issues in Tourism
  • On-Migration Aspirations an Livelihood Among Tibetan Newcomers, Frilund, R. 15 May 2014, Livelihood Security in Northwestern Himalay, Tokyo, Springer

PhD June 13 2019

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