Dr Serena Hussain is a Sociologist and Human Geographer. As Associate Professor at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, she is the Course Director for the MA in Global Diversity Governance. Her principal research interests are Muslim Societies and South Asian Diasporas, with a focus on Jammu and Kashmir. She completed her PhD in Sociology at the University of Bristol and went on to obtain an ESRC Research Fellowship in Geography at the University of Leeds. She then held a post-doctoral Fellowship at the University of Oxford, where she remained a Visiting Senior Research Associate in the School of Geography until 2013. Before joining the Centre for Trust Peace and Social Relations, she acted as the Principal Scientist on International Migration and Multiculturalism at Charles Darwin University in Australia.
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