PhD Social Anthropology, University of Oslo
Violence and conflict, gender, political anthropology, migration, torture and social suffering, asylum, radicalization.
Violence and Conflict | Migration | Inclusion of immigrants
Nerina Weiss is senior researcher at Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Studies. She holds a PhD in social anthropology (University of Oslo 2012), and worked as a Marie Curie IE Fellow at Dignity-Danish Institute against Torture from 2011 to 2013.
Much of her academic and applied research has focused on citizen-state relations, which she explored through a focus on political violence and migration, radicalization, as well as torture and trauma.
Regionally she has worked in the Mediterranean and Middle East, with extensive fieldwork experience from Cyprus and Eastern Turkey, as well as from Denmark, Norway and Austria. She is the co-editor of “Violence Expressed: An Anthropological Perspective” (2012 Routledge).
Nerina Weiss & Nina GrenMission Impossible?
Nerina WeissGood radicals? Trajectories of pro-Kurdish political and militant mobilisation to the wars in Syria, Turkey and Iraq
Nerina WeissThe trauma of waiting: understanding the violence of the benevolent welfare state | 2020 I: Edited by Dalia Abdelhady, Nina Gren and Martin Joormann Refugees and the violence of welfare bureaucracies in Northern Europe | Open access
Mette-Louise Johansen, Therese Sandrup and Nerina WeissIntroduction: The Generative Power of Political Emotions | 2018 | Sammendrag / Abstract
Nazand Begikhani, Wendelmoet Hamelink & Nerina WeissTheorising women and war in Kurdistan: A feminist and critical perspective | 2018 | Sammendrag og pdf / Abstract and PDF
Ludvig Foghammar, Suyoun Jang, Gulzhan Asylbek Kyzy, Nerina Weiss, Katherine A. Sullivan, Fawzia Gibson-Fall, Rachel IrwinChallenges in researching violence affecting health service delivery in complex security environments | 2016 | Sammendrag / Abstract
Nerina WeissØnsket om å bli som andre barn
Nerina Weiss and Kieymet CevizWeggefahren aber nie angekommen: KurdInnen im Industrieviertel | 2008