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Annika Pohl Harrisson - New Postdoc at the Department of Anthropology

Annika will be affiliated the project "Fencing the Feral - Biosecurity and the Invasive Other in the Danish-German Borderland".

2021.02.23 | Camilla Dimke

The project (2021-2024) investigates the radical transformations of the social and natural landscape in the Danish-German borderland, caused by the construction of a wildlife fence in order to prevent the migration of wild boars and the spread of Classical Swine Fever. The project wishes to contribute to an understanding of how national spaces and borders are co-produced through the spatial strategies of fencing, discourses of biosecurity and the invasive other.

Fencing the Feral is generously funded by the Danish Independent Research Fund (FKK). 

Read more about the project here.

 

Annika has a PhD from Aarhus University. Her research was part of the Everjust project coordinated by the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) and conducted under the supervision of Professor Nils Bubandt from AU. Her dissertation focused on processes of state-making, border governance and citizenship through the lens of justice provision in Myanmar.


Contact: 

Annika Pohl Harrisson
School of Culture and Society - Department of Anthropology
Moesgård Allé 20
building 4236, 216
8270 Højbjerg

apha@cas.au.dk
Mobile: +4528782021

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