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Kirsten McConnachie

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Kirsten McConnachie is the Joyce Pearce Junior Research Fellow at Lady Margaret Hall and the Refugee Studies Centre. She is a socio-legal researcher and her work investigates law, justice and governance as it affects refugee populations. Her primary research project at present is a comparative study of security and self-governance strategies among refugees from Myanmar in Southeast Asia. Wider research interests include anthropology of law, transitional justice, and the governance of refugee camps. Kirsten has published in the areas of forced migration studies, criminology and transitional justice and is the author of Governing Refugees: Justice, order and legal pluralism (Routledge 2014).