Latest posts by Hans Blokland (see all)
- Loneliness, unhappiness, consumerism and its political consequences: observations and predictions of Robert E. Lane - April 3, 2021
- Workshops with recently arrived refugees in Wünsdorf (Brandenburg) continued. - March 15, 2021
- Podcasts of Zak Reimer now fully accessible on our website - February 12, 2021
Paola Perrin de Brichambaut holds a master’s degree in Social Anthropology from the University of Cambridge. Her research examines the impact of urban policy on the human and cultural rights of minority groups. Furthermore, she is interested in the topics of citizenship, migrant and refugee rights, and cultural heritage. Before focusing on Social Anthropology, Paola completed a BA in History of Art at University College London (UCL) and wrote about the intersection of war, psychoanalysis and feminism. She enjoys reading novels and doing pottery in her free time.