Frau Dr. Phill Wilcox: Kontakt
|1. Fakultät für Soziologie / Personen / Wissenschaftliche MitarbeiterInnen|
|2. Fakultät für Soziologie / Arbeitsbereiche / Arbeitsbereich 6 - Soziologie der Transnationalisierung und Sozialanthropologie|
|3. Fakultät für Soziologie / Arbeitsbereiche / Arbeitsbereich 6 - Soziologie der Transnationalisierung und Sozialanthropologie / AG Nguyen|
PhD Degree in Social Anthropology. Goldsmiths, University of London.
Intensive Lao language study at the Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison equivalent to a full year’s language study (pass with distinction)
Postgraduate Certificate in Research Training, University of Hull
Master of Applied Social Research (Sociology and Anthropology), University of Hull
Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) Social Anthropology, University of Manchester
Research Associate in the Faculty of Sociology, Bielefeld University
Associate Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology. Goldsmiths, University of London
Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Hull
I am also a qualified immigration lawyer and worked full time giving legal advice to asylum seekers in the UK between 2006 and 2011.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS
Early Career Award from the Association of Southeast Asian Studies UK for post-doctoral research
Sutasoma/Radcliffe Brown Trust award administered by the Royal Anthropological Institute for outstanding doctoral research
Goldsmiths Anthropology Department additional funding award
Funds for Women Graduates scholarship for maintenance and living expenses
Richard Stapeley Trust scholarship for maintenance and living expenses
Goldsmiths Graduate School conference funding award
Emslie Horniman Scholarship Fund award for doctoral fieldwork from the Royal Anthropological Institute
Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore conference funding award
Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute University of Wisconsin-Madison tuition fee scholarship
Association of Southeast Asian Studies UK
Association for Asian Studies
Centre for Lao studies
European Association of Social Anthropologists
Currently I am pursuing a project entitled ‘One world: one dream? The rise of China in Laos’, which aims to document perceptions of China in Laos through the building of the Lao-China Railway under China’s One Belt: One Road initiative.
I am also developing a monograph based on my PhD thesis, which considered discourses of political legitimacy in Laos.