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Ms Chloe Place

Post:Doctoral Tutor (Anthropology)
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I completed a BA in Social Anthropology from the University of Sussex in 2010 and have since worked as an Occupational Therapist for the NHS, working with older people with mental health conditions and dementia. Having lived for extended periods of time in Andalusia, Spain I became interested in approaches to ageing, dementia and care in the Andalusian context. This led me to apply for my current SeNSS/ESRC-funded 1+3 doctoral studentship, under which I am conducting an ethnography of kinship care of dementia with families in rural Andalusia.

I am supervised by Dr Rebecca Prentice and Dr David Orr.


Doctoral Researcher and Associate Tutor in Social Anthropology


MSc Social Research Methods, University of Sussex (Distinction, 2018)

BA Social Anthropology, University of Sussex (First Class Honors, 2010)


Member of the SeNSS Student Commitee for the SeNSS Summer Conference 2018

Co-facilitated the 'Positionality' workshop at the SeNSS Summer Conference 2018

Finalist for the ESRC Better Lives Writing Competition 2019 (