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Precarious Humanitarianism: Geoeconomic Hope and Geopolitical Fear in Myanmar’s Borderlands

Wednesday, April 3, 2019
1:30 pm
Upham Hall 269

Tani Sebro will discuss her work-in-progress to the faculty workshop in political economy. Please email for access to the paper.  Light refreshments provided.

Professor Sebro received her PhD from University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Her first book, entitled "Dancing the Nation: The Politics of Exile, Mobility and Displacement along the Thai-Burma Border," encompasses nine months of embedded field research in Northern Thailand where she conducted ethnographic and archival research with Tai refugees from Burma.

Tani Sebro
Tani Sebro
Assistant Professor of Global and Intercultural Studies (Asian/Asian American Studies), Miami University
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