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  • Becoming a returnee Cubarawi. Politics, Personhood and memory in 'Africa's last colony' 

    Munoz-Mallén, Beatriz (The University of Bergen, 2014-06-17)
    For nearly 40 years, an estimated 165.000 Sahrawi have been living in refugee camps in the Algerian part of the Sahara desert, known as hamada. The refugee camps are under the government of the Polisario Front -the Sahrawi ...
  • From Liminal to Liminoid: Eminem's Trickstering 

    Velde, Jonas (The University of Bergen, 2012-11-19)
    Eminem's work has been examined under a multitude of academic lenses, often cross-disciplinary. In this thesis I draw heavily on social- and cultural-anthropological theory in reading Eminem's work as modern-day enactments ...
  • Spa Pilgrimage 

    Prestegård, Ingvild S (The University of Bergen, 2013-05-25)
    This Master project is about different understandings of health and illness. Fieldwork was conducted at a holistic spa in Thailand, where the spa clientele was primarily women from Western countries. Several of the women ...
  • To Be in the World But Not of It: American Evangelicals and the Dilemmas of Being Christian in a Secular World 

    Bere, Anja (The University of Bergen, 2009-06-22)
    In this thesis I explore how evangelical Christians in two different churches in the US relate to the society they live in, which they regard as secular. I will give insight to their narratives on how they see their lives ...