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Dr Lauren Greenwood

Post:Associate Tutor (Anthropology)
Location:ARTS C C231
Email:L.A.Greenwood@sussex.ac.uk
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Biography

My research interests are on military gender identities and the ethical and moral implications of an anthropology of/for the military. Concentrating on military conceptions of civil-military cooperation and stabilisation in response to the war in Afghanistan, I completed my ESRC funded PhD on ‘British Military Stabilisation Training and the Negotiation of Masculinity’ in 2013. In addition to teaching at Sussex and research consultancy work - for the Overseas Development Institutes' Humanitarian Policy Group, the Danish Institute for International Studies, Conciliation Resources, and the European Union's INSPIRE Consortium - I have recently guest co-edited a special edition of the journal Critical Military Studies that focuses on the Embodiment of Militarism, and contributed to the forthcoming Palgrave International Handbook of Gender and the Military.

Qualifications

2013 - PhD, Anthropology (University of Sussex)

2007 - MSc, Comparative and Cross-Cultural Research Methods (University of Sussex)

2005 - MA, Anthropology of Conflict, Violence and Conciliation (University of Sussex)

2003 - BSc (Hons), Geography (University of Manchester)