Haaland holds a Phd in development studies from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences
In her research for her PhD she focused on land conflicts and competing jurisdictions in Mozambique. However, having worked in comissioned research she alsoholds a vast experience working on human-environment conflicts in Norway and countries in the South. Since 2013 she has had a strong research interest in the phenomenon of personalised aid in the Global South, a topic she has researched together with Hege Wallevik. Haaland and Wallevik are currently involved in research projects focusing on gender, immigrant women and access to paid work in Norway, with case studies from Agder. They are also both involved in research exploring impacts of microfinance on family welfare in Indonesia.
UT - 112: Introduction to Latin America: history, society and development
UT - 109 Field course Bolivia
UT - 402: Gender, Culture and Everyday Life
UT - 407: Mobilitet, sted og identitet
Mobility, culture and gender:
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