Ms Nora Bardelli

Research Student

Nora Bardelli holds a master's degree in Anthropology and Sociology of Development from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva (2014), as well as a bachelor's degree in Social Work and Social Policies from the University of Fribourg (2012). She is a Berrow Foundation Scholar.

Research
Publications
How the 'real' refugee is created and contested: inequalities, governmentality and agenc...
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Bardelli, Nora (2016) 'One of 1083: Urban Refugees in Bobo-Dioulasso (Burkina Faso)', urbanrefugees.org

Working papers

Bardelli, Nora (2015) 'Contested Exception: Laws, Rules and Negotiability in a Burkinabé Refugee Camp', The Global Migration Research Paper Series 9
Research interests:

Refugee studies and anthropology of (forced) migration; mobilities; urban anthropology; power; governance; agency; inequalities; exclusion/marginalisation.