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  1. Beek, Martijn van

    Anthropology and Ethnography, Buddhism (Meditation, Mindfulness), Conflict, Development cooperation (developing countries) (decentralisation, globalization), Ethnicity (identity, nationalism), Globalisation, India (Kashmir, Ladakh), Mysticism and spirituality, Other countries (India, Kashmir, Ladakh, Nepal, Tibet), Religion and cognition, Religious movements

    • Bræmer Warburg, Anna

      Criminality (Counter-terrorism, Organized Crime, Radicalization), Denmark, Ethnography, Other countries (Philippines), Power and politics (Security governance), Security (Police, Policing), The state (Police reform, Policy implementation), Violence (Perceptions of security, Threat assessments)

      • Eilenberg, Michael

        Climate and society (Sustainability), Democracy and Citizens (Decentralization and local politics, Development ), Democracy and power, Ethnography, Greenhouse gasses (including CO2) (REDD+ Initiative), Other countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Tanzania, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Afrika), State, Region and Municipality (state formation in Southeast Asia), Underdeveloped countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Tanzania)

        • Harrisson, Annika Pohl

          Anthropology of law (Dispute resolution, Justice provision, State making), Environmental communication, Germany (Danish-German Border), Globalisation (Human Security, State building and social resistance), Minorities (Everyday justice, Justice and security, Justice provision), Other countries (Borderlands, Karen State, Mon State, Myanmar, State capacity, state formation in Southeast Asia), Thailand (Borders, state formation in Southeast Asia, Stateless minorities), The state (Encompassment, Governance,, Identity, State Building, State-society relations)

          • Vejlin, Frederik

            Actor-network-theory (ANT) (Post-ANT), Anthropology (Anthropology of Science & Technology, Sociality), Comparative methods, Ethnography, History of anthropological theory, Interviews, Japan (Anthropology of Japan), Participant observation, Qualitative methods, Studies of science and technology (Artificial Intelligence, Experimentation, Social Robotics)