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Dr Andrea Peinhopf


Department: Social Sciences

Andrea Peinhopf

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  • Crossing the Conflict Divide: De facto Borders, State Belonging, and the Changing Dynamics of Enemy Relations in Abkhazia, Peinhopf, A. 27 May 2023, In: Ethnopolitics
  • Understanding and managing one's own mistrust: The value of embodied ethnography during fieldwork in a contested postwar polity 1, Peinhopf, A. 9 Dec 2022, Researching in the Former Soviet Union, London, Routledge
  • The Curse of Displacement: Local Narratives of Forced Expulsion and the Appropriation of Abandoned Property in Abkhazia, Peinhopf, A. 1 Jul 2021, In: Nationalities Papers
  • Identity and Political Violence, Peinhopf, A. 11 Dec 2020, The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Peace and Conflict Studies, Cham, Palgrave Macmillan

Sociology PhD December 28 2020

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