BERGLUND, Dr Eva
DA MOTA, Dr Dalva
GIRI, Dr Saroj
GUDAVARTHY, Dr Ajay
JONES, Dr Sue
As an anthropologist and urban planner Sue Jones has undertaken a range of social development consultancies and research work around the world but has always had a special connection with the Middle East. She has worked with a group of Bedouin women in Jordan since 1985 and recently completed her PhD – as a longitudinal study of the various impacts of a weaving project over a 20 year period on the lives of three generations of Bedouin women. Her research at Goldsmiths expands that work to look regionally at the transformation of material culture in the Middle East, particularly for nomadic groups. The focus will be on the use that has been made of aspects of their material culture within the current and international economic context, what effect this has in terms of the products themselves and how nomadic groups are involved in this process of globalisation and commercialisation.
Email: email@example.com ; firstname.lastname@example.org
LAMA, Dr Mukta
LEWIS, Mr Dave
Email: dave [at] vida-image.demon.co.uk
LEWIS, Mr Nico
Nico is a filmmaker currently working with the Gughe Indigenous Art and Music Association, Ethiopia. Since 2005, he has documented music and performance cultures in southwest Ethiopia. In December 2007, he provided workshops, collaborating with local organisers/performers in developing an archive centre. His work is supported by the Christensen Fund.
LOOVERS, Dr Jan Peter
MISRA, Dr Sanghamitra
MOHSINI, Dr Mira
NAROTZKY, Prof. Susana
REYES-CORTEZ, Dr Marcel
I am a filmmaker and visual artist, working essentially around the themes of the status and rights of social marginalities, responsibility and representation in visual mediums, the use of participatory mediums, and gender in Islamic settings.
Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, London, SE14 6NW, UK
Telephone: + 44 (0)20 7919 7171
Goldsmiths has charitable status