School of Global Studies

Ms Hannah Warren

Post:Associate Tutor (Anthropology)
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Hannah is currently undertaking a DPhil in Social Anthropology, funded through an ESRC 1+3 Quota Award. Hannah's research, which focuses on gender, feminism and development in Ghana,  investigates different ‘gender' discourses, objectives and practices which proliferate in Ghana and factors influencing these.

Hannah previously worked in Ghana from 1999 - 2001, for two local NGOs, during which time she was involved in a range of work, including gender and development related activities. It was this experience and subsequent work for various development organisations in the UK that inspired her current research interests.


DPhil Candidate, University of Sussex

Affilitate of the Centre for Gender Studies and Advocacy (CEGENSA), University of Ghana


  • DPhil Social Anthropology - University of Sussex, October 2008 - present
  • MSc Comparative and Cross Cultural Research Methods (Social Anthropology) - University of Sussex, 2007 - 2008
  • MA Gender, Culture and Development - University of Sunderland, 2001 - 2002
  • BSc Development Studies - University of Derby, 1994 - 1997