Doctorates supervised by Prof. Dr. Eva Gerharz

Ongoing doctorates:

 

 

First supervisor

 

Chakma, Bablu

 

Settling Unsettled Questions. Re-thinking Marginalisation and Identity of Indigenous Peoples in the Context of Bangladesh

 

Land, Corinna

 

Contested Displacement and Forced Migration: Situation Exit, Voice and Loyalty in the Global Land Rush Debate

 

Lutfur, Maruf

 

International Migration and Community Development in Bangladesh

 

Mong Marma, UK

 

Forced Migration and Land: Expulsion in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of Bangladesh

 

Renschler, Katrin

 

Challenges of Diversity –Practices of Conviviality in Northeast India

 

Tripura, Hari Purna

 

Social Youth Movements in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh

 

Zaidi, Ali

 

Understanding Development in Relation to NGOs with the Perspective of Community. An ethnography of the Development Sector in Pakistan

 

Second supervisor

 

Abi Khalil, Loubna

 

Refugees, Actors of Conflict Resolution: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon (together with Prof. Dr. Tobias Debiel)

 

Behmer, Katharina

 

Global Norms and Local Interactions in Post-Conflict Societies: A Case Study on Transitional Justice in Cambodia

 

Completed doctorates:

 

 

Chattoraj, Diotima

 

Ambivalent Attachments: Shifting Notions of Home among Displacd Sri Lankan Tamils (completed in April, 2016)

 

Rosenberger, Sascha

 

Factors Affecting the Development of an Epistemic Landscape in Paraguay as a Developing Country (submitted in October, 2017)