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Eddie Wei

CSC Cambridge International Trust Scholarship Judges’ Gender and Sentencing in China: A Socio-Legal Perspective Supervisor: Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe (Institute of Criminology) Abstract: Despite frequently voiced concerns about discrimination in the criminal justice system there has been...


Read more at: Hakan Sandal-Wilson

Hakan Sandal-Wilson

The Kurdish LGBTI+ Movement: Strategies and Tactics towards Radical Democracy Supervisor: Dr Ayse Zarakol (Department of Politics and International Studies) E-mail: hhs26@cam.ac.uk Abstract: My doctoral research focuses on the intersection of ethnic, gender, and sexual identities during times of...


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Farhana Rahman

Cambridge International Trust and Murray Edwards Scholarship Rickety Boats to Refuge(e): Gender, Identity, and Everyday Negotiations of Rohingya Refugee Women Supervisor: Dr Manali Desai (Department of Sociology) Abstract: Through feminist ethnographic research, my doctoral research seeks to...


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Lena Moore

edited_lena_moore.jpg Posthuman War: Race, Gender, Technology, and the Making of U.S. Military Futures Supervisor: Dr Lauren Wilcox (University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies) Abstract: My doctoral research examines drone warfare, the production of Special Operations Forces, and innovations...


Read more at: Maimuna Mohamud

Maimuna Mohamud

Cambridge Trust Africa Scholarship Citizens of the Third Republic? Gendered Performances of Citizenship in the Somali Peace Processes Supervisor: Dr Devon Curtis (Department of Politics and International Studies) Abstract: This project is fundamentally concerned with the construction of political...


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Kerry Mackereth

Gates Cambridge International Scholarship Bodies at their limits: rethinking political violence through women’s hunger strikes Supervisor: Dr Harald Wydra (Department of Politics and International Studies) Abstract: Hunger strikers operate in a liminal space between the active political subject and...


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Monica Wirz

Egon Zehnder International Scholar Gendering Executive Selection Supervisor: Professor Jude Browne (UCCGS) "The University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies has been designed with multidisciplinary research in mind. From the structure of the MPhil programme to the high calibre and diverse...


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Halliki Voolma

Gates Trust Scholar Domestic Violence in the context of Human Rights: Women with insecure immigration status exposed to domestic violence in England Supervisor: Professor Jude Browne (UCCGS) “The PhD in Multi-disciplinary Gender Studies as a Gates Cambridge scholar was the culmination of almost six...


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Helen Mussell

Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust Scholar Care and Business: Can there be a Connection? Supervisor: Professor Tony Lawson (Faculty of Economics) “The experiences to be gained from undertaking a PhD can never be fully known at the outset. It is always a leap into the dark in some respects...


Read more at: Charmaine Koskinen

Charmaine Koskinen

Human Trafficking Prevention: 2012 Olympics Supervisor: Professor Jude Browne (UCCGS) “I successfully defended my thesis last year and am currently employed at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City conducting African Ethnographic research. My experience at the University of...


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Mona Hamade

Cambridge Overseas Trust Scholar Women and Emiratisation in the UAE Workforce Supervisor: Professor Jude Browne (UCCGS) “The Centre for Gender Studies as a whole has been such an amazing support system during my time at the University of Cambridge. It has provided me with extensive academic and...