Dr. B.J. (Bram) Jansen
MA Cultural Anthropology (Utrecht University) & PhD Disaster Studies (Wageningen University). Research: refugee/forced migration studies, humanitarian studies, aidnography, disaster studies. Geographical focus: East and the Horn of Africa. Teaching: humanitarian aid and reconstruction, food crises, sociology of development.
- Development Sociology
- Disaster Studies
- East Africa
- Humanitarian aid
- L’ancrage du camp de réfugiés de Kakuma dans la ville, la région et le monde
Jansen, Bram J. (2014) Un monde de Camps. Michel Agier (Ed.) Paris : Éditions La Découverte: 164 – 177.
- Two decades of ordering refugees: The development of institutional multiplicity in Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp’.Bram J. Jansen (2013) Disaster, Conflict and Society in Crises; Everyday politics of crisis response. Ed. by D. Hilhorst. Routledge, New York: 114 – 131.
- Between vulnerability and assertiveness: negotiating resettlement in Kakuma refugee camp, Kenya Bram J. Jansen (2008) African Affairs 107: 569-587.
- Constructing rights and wrongs in humanitarian action: contributions to a sociology of praxis
Hilhorst, D & Bram J. Jansen (2012)
Sociology 46(5): 891-905.
- The accidental city: violence, economy and humanitarianism in Kakuma refugee camp
Bram J. Jansen (2011)
PhD thesis Wageningen University
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