CEDEJ Khartoum Field Grants 2021

In June 2021, CEDEJ Khartoum launched its Call for applications for Field Grants. We received 10 applications from students from different institutions, nationalities and fields of research. The scientific committee for the selection was composed by Agnes Deboulet (director of the CEDEJ Cairo), Salma Mohamed Abdalmunim Abdalla (Postdoc at the Department of International Environment and Development Studies (Noragric) and Luisa Arango (coordinator of the CEDEJ Khartoum). Six Master and Phd candidates have been granted within this program:

  • Asma Ibrahim Hamad Mohamed (PhD Candidate in Anthropology, University of Khartoum)
    The Issue of Social Integration in Gezira Agricultural Scheme (Sudan): the case of Kamleen Localities Camps
  • Brechje Hannah Huisma (Master in International Development Studies / Politics and Governance of Development, Wageningen University & Research)
    Cinéma Khartoum: Reclaiming citizenship in the processes of state-making
  • Hager Hassan Modathir Abdelgadir (PhD Candidate in Anthropology, University of Khartoum)
    Project title: Colonial policies about a pastoral group – The written documentation in the colonial archive about the Silaim Pastoral group in the White Nile
  • Mohamed Salah Mohamed Abdelrahman (PhD candidate in Anthropology and environmental Studies, University og Khartoum)
    Environmental and Social Impact of Gold Mining in Northern and Blue Nile State
  • Eloïse Girard (Master d’histoire, Université de Nanterre)
    La fabrique du citoyen au Soudan à l’heure de l’ébranlement colonial : 1944-1957
  • Noé Parot (Master de Géographie, Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3)
    Une géographie des pratiques d’élevage domestique urbain à Khartoum, Soudan


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cedejsudan (2021, 19 octobre). CEDEJ Khartoum Field Grants 2021. Researching Sudan - A perspective on contemporary Sudans. Consulté le 22 février 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/mhl3

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