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Katharina Bodirsky is a postdoctoral staff member in the research group ethnology and cultural anthropology directed by Thomas Kirsch in the department of history and sociology as well as research associate in the center of excellence “Cultural Foundations of Social Integration” at the University of Konstanz. She also is a researcher in the international research program “Frontlines: Class, Value, and Social Transformation in 21st Century Capitalism” directed by Don Kalb at the University of Bergen, Norway. Before coming to Konstanz in 2017, she was assistant professor in the sociology department of Middle East Technical University in Ankara. She obtained her Ph.D. in anthropology from the Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY) in 2012. Her current research interests are in the anthropology of the state, authoritarian populisms, urban politics, and the commons. She has conducted research in Germany and Turkey as well as on the European Union.
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