Academia, anthropology, marranci, Research

Long silence and a distant move

 

Dear all,

I have not written for a while in my blog nor podcasted on my Ipadio’s channel.

The reason is that I have moved (yes again!) from NUS in Singapore to finally Australia (as was planned since the time I left Aberdeen)This time I have landed at Macquarie University, in Sydney, and I am a member of the Anthropology Department. There will be interesting developments in this department as far as the study of Muslims is concerned and I will keep you updated.

Meanwhile, if you are interested in pursuing a postgraduate degree, please consider our department (more information here) and of course I will be more than happy to discuss your ideas.

You can contact me at my usual gmail account (see my webpage) or my department email (gabriele.marranciATmq.edu.com)

Regards

Gabriele

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