|Name:||Dr. Breanne Grace|
|College (2):||Arts and Sciences|
|Department (2):||African Studies|
|Center/Institute:||International and Area Studies, Walker Institute of|
|Research Interests:||Intersectionality and social citizenship (social welfare) access; role of licit and illicit economies in market citizenship; Immigration policy broadly, refugee resettlement policy in particular; relationship between legal citizenship, social citizenship, and constructions of autochthony in African contexts; The political economy of humanitarian aid; African refugee populations resettled in the United States and Tanzania, as well as transnational family and community relations between the two countries; social citizenship rights access after refugee resettlement, comparing intended access with how individuals negotiate rights on a daily basis|
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