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Nerina Weiss
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Research areas

Manager, completed projects

Member, current projects

Member, completed projects

Researcher

PhD Social Anthropology, University of Oslo

Research areas

Violence and conflict, gender, political anthropology, migration, torture and social suffering, asylum, radicalization.

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Publications

Articles

  • Weiss, N. (2018 forthcoming). Gender roles. In S. Maisel (ed.), The Kurds: An Encyclopedia of Life, Culture and Society. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

  • Weiss, N. (2018 forthcoming). Social organization and family life. In S. Maisel (ed.), The Kurds: An Encyclopedia of Life, Culture and Society. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

  • Weiss, N. (2017 under publisering). De gode radikale i kampen mot IS. I A. Andersson, S. A. E. Høgestøl & A. C. Lie (red.), Fremmedkrigere: Forebygging, straffeforfølgning og rehabilitering i Skandinavia. Oslo: Gyldendal Juridisk.

  • Foghammar, L., Jang, S., Kyzy, G. A., Weiss, N., Sullivan, K. A., Gibson-Fall, F. & Irwin, R. (2016). Challenges in researching violence affecting health service delivery in complex security environments. Social Science and Medicine, 162, 219-226.

  • Weiss, N. (2015). Ønsket om å bli som andre barn. Hverdagen til barn med endelig avslag på sin asylsøknad. I S. K. Bendixsen, C. M. Jacobsen & K. H. Søvig (red.), Eksepsjonell velferd? Irregulære migranter i det norske velferdssamfunnet. Oslo: Gyldendal.

  • Weiss, N. (2014). On Blurriness and Boundaries. In I. Macek (ed.), Engaging Violence: Trauma, Memory and Representation. Routledge.

  • Weiss, N. (2014). The power of dead bodies. In S. B. Jensen & H. Rønsbo (eds.), Histories of Victimhood: Assemblages, Transactions and Figures. Penn Press.

  • Six-Hohenbalken, M. & Weiss, N. (2011).  Introduction. In M. Six-Hohenbalken & N. Weiss, Violence Expressed. An Anthropological Approach. London: Ashgate Publishing.

  • Weiss, N. (2011). When Spheres collapse: conflict, gender and perceptions of belonging in a Kurdish Community. In L. Keough (ed.), Gender, Ethnicity and the Nation-state: Anatolia and its Neighboring Regions. Hrant Dink Memorial Workshop 2009 Proceedings. Istanbul: Sabanci University Press.

  • Weiss, N. (2011). Tense Relations: Dealing with narratives on Violence in Eastern Turkey. In M. Six-Hohenbalken & N. Weiss (eds.), Violence Expressed. An Anthropological Approach. London: Ashgate Publishing.

  • Weiss, N. (2010). Falling from grace: Gender norms and gender strategies in Eastern Turkey. New Perspectives on Turkey, 42, 73-94.

  • Weiss, N. (2009). Review of Alisse Waterston (ed), An Anthropology of War. Views from the Frontline. Forum (2-2009), 347-351.

  • Weiss, N. (2009). Von Erzählern und Provokateuren. Die Anthropologie in Norwegen. Ethnoscripts, 11(2), 53-66.

  • Weiss, N. & Ceviz, K. (2008). Weggefahren aber nie angekommen: KurdInnen im Industrieviertel. In T. Schmidinger (ed.), "Vom selben Schlag…": Migration und Integration im niederösterreichischen Industrieviertel. Alltag Verlag.

  • Weiss, N. (2008). Review of Olsen and Øian (red.) Hvorfor skyter de? Konflikt og kulturforståelse i internasjonale militære oppdrag. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift, 2-3, 195-197.

  • Weiss, N. (2008). Grenzüberschreitung und Abgrenzung auf Zypern. In: M. Popovic; J. Preiser-Kapeller (eds.), Junge Römer, Neue Griechen - Persönlichkeiten, Gruppen, Netzwerke – στασις και συνστασις. Wien: Phoibos Verlag, 255-262.

Fafo-reports

  • Nerina Weiss, Anne Britt Djuve, Wendy Hamelink og Huafeng Zhang
    Konsekvenser for levekår og integrering
    Fafo-rapport 2017:07
  • Nerina Weiss
    Asylbarn med endelig avslag
    Fafo-rapport 2013:47

Fafo-papers

Other Fafo-publications

Book chapters

Books

  • Six-Hohenbalken, M. & Weiss, N. (2011). Violence Expressed. An Anthropological Approach. London: Ashgate Publishing.

Papers

Reports

Other articles, op-eds

Dissertations

  • Weiss, N. (2012). Ambivalent Victims: Conflict, Gender and Expressions among Kurdish Activists in Eastern Turkey. PhD thesis. Department of Social Anthropology. Oslo: University of Oslo.

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