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Trajectories of the Afghan Pamir: an Anthropology of Mobility, Space and Connectivity

Author Tobias MARSCHALL
Director of thesis Professeur Alessandro Monsutti
Co-director of thesis Dr Till Mostowlansky
Summary of thesis My research will consist in a visual ethnography of circulation and space amongst Afghan Kyrgyz in the Pamirs. I choose to share the itineraries of travel companions along Afghan Pamirs' pathways as a distinct field site as well as a specific manner to explore stratified layers of circulations, their convergences, frictions, and different forms of knowledge production. As such, this research will tap on issues of mobility, the production of space and economic spheres by the means of a visual ethnography of spatial practices extended beyond Afghan Pamirs' pathways.
Status beginning
Administrative delay for the defence 2021
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