Giulia El Dardiry is a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at McGill University and Senior Research Associate at Texas A&M University at Qatar. Her research explores the dynamics of Iraqi and Syrian displacement into Jordan, with specific attention to how home and belonging are being reconfigured and reimagined among refugee and host communities alike. Prior to her doctoral studies, she worked in health research and international development in various countries of the Mediterranean/Middle East, including Greece, Lebanon and Jordan. Giulia holds a MHSc in health promotion from the University of Toronto and a BA in anthropology and Hispanic studies from McGill University.
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