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Inge Boudewijn

Research Fellow

Department: Social Sciences

Inge Boudewijn

Qualifications

  • Sociology PhD September 16 2019
  • Life Sciences MSc September 12 2012
  • Life Sciences BSc August 31 2010

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Decolonising Oral History: A Conversation, Francis, H., Boudewijn, I., Carcelén-Estrada, A., Francis Bone, J., Jenkins, K., Zaragocin, S. 30 Mar 2021, In: History
  • Whose Development? How Women Living Near the Yanacocha Mine, Peru, Envision Potential Futures, Boudewijn, I. 1 Apr 2021, In: Bulletin of Latin American Research
  • Negotiating access, ethics and agendas: Using participatory photography with women anti-mining activists in Peru, Jenkins, K., Boudewijn, I. Sep 2020, In: Women's Studies International Forum
  • Negotiating belonging and place: an exploration of mestiza women’s everyday resistance in Cajamarca, Peru., Boudewijn, I. Mar 2020, In: Human Geography


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