Myriam Amri

Myriam Amri

Graduate Tutor
P.h.D. candidate, Anthropology and Middle Eastern Studies
(not available in 21-22)

Dissertation:
Deviant Currencies: Money and its Contentious Forms Along a North African Border, 1930s-present

Research methods:
Archival research, interviews/oral history, textual analysis, performance analysis, ethnography, statistical analysis

Areas of interest:
Political Economy, Subjectivity, Political Ecology, Materiality, Masculinity, Queer Theory, Knowledge Production, Radical Pedagogy, Sound Studies, Postcolonialism, Middle East, North Africa, Africa

Additional information:
Languages: French, Arabic, Spanish

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