Bypassing Chokepoints: On the Anthropogeography of Smuggling, An interview with Elizabeth Dunn by Čarna Brković

  • Carna Brkovic
  • Elizabeth Dunn
Keywords: interview, displacement, humanitarian aid, fieldwork

Abstract

In this interview from 16 June 2016 at the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies at the Universität Regensburg, postdoc Čarna Brković speaks with Elizabeth Dunn, an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at Indiana University Bloomington, about Dunn’s current project on ‘Chokepoints’ and research on displacement and humanitarian aid in Georgia. Dunn also discusses writing for different audiences, differences in academic cultures across countries, the value of long fieldwork, and her work on a lawsuit against then Governor of Indiana, US Vice President Mike Pence. This interview was originally published in the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies newsletter.

Published
2017-08-28
Section
Articles