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Doctor Natalie Djohari

Doctor Natalie Djohari

Research Fellow

Research interests

  • Children and Young People
  • Access and use of rights
  • Waterscapes and coastal communities

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Address: B58, West Highfield Campus, University Road, SO17 1BJ (View in Google Maps)


Dr Natalie Djohari is Research Fellow for the ESRC funded ProTechThem research project in the Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology.

She is an interdisciplinary anthropologist with a particular focus on the lived experiences of children and young people, and the affective geographies of inland and coastal waterscapes. She has extensive experience working on funded projects in multidisciplinary teams, where she brings an ethnographic focus and interest in investigating sensitive issues with hard-to-reach groups. Her work tends to be impact driven, and increasingly explores research methods that might facilitate better research engagement, improve dissemination, and enrich teaching.

Other current projects: Co-Investigator for the BA Leverhulme Watching the Coast project with Dr Gavin Weston at Bournemouth University.

Natalie is also co-Editor-in-Chief for the RAI Teaching Anthropology journal.

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