Christina Rademacher-Schulz holds a PhD Degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Cologne, Germany. Christina studied Social and Cultural Anthropology, Arabic Studies and Educational Science in Germany (Göttingen and Cologne) and in Syria (Damascus) to deepen her knowledge of the Arabic language and culture.
For her MA thesis Christina conducted fieldwork in Palestine and focused on the Palestinian women’s movement. Her PhD thesis, which was done in the framework of the GLOWA IMPETUS-Project, focused on migration, gender and socio-economic change in an oasis village of South East Morocco.
Christina gained considerable fieldwork experience in Germany, Palestine, Israel, Morocco and Ghana. Her research foci are: (environmentally induced) migration, food & livelihood security, gender, water & resource management, conflicts, power & identity. Christina’s regional foci are Arab countries (MENA region), West Africa (Ghana) and Australia.
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