Dr. Tricia Redeker Hepner
- B.A. 1996, Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University.
- M.A. 2000, Anthropology, Michigan State University.
- Ph.D. 2004, Anthropology, Michigan State University.
- Certificate in Forced Migration and Refugee Issues, June 2009, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University.
Political and legal anthropology; Northeast Africa and the Great Lakes Region of Eastern Africa; African diasporas; forced migration (refugees, asylum seekers, internally displaced); human rights; conflict and peace-building; transnationalism; politics and governance; development
2013 Omeje, Kenneth and Tricia Redeker Hepner, eds. Conflict and Peacebuilding in the African Great Lakes Region. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press.
2009 Hepner, Tricia Redeker. Soldiers, Martyrs, Traitors and Exiles: Political Conflict in Eritrea and the Diaspora. Ethnography of Political Violence Series. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
2009 O'Kane, David and Tricia Redeker Hepner, eds. Biopolitics, Militarism and Development: Eritrea in the 21 st Century. Dislocations Series. New York: Berghahn Books.
Selected Articles and Chapters
2013 Hepner, Tricia Redeker and Samia Tecle. “New Refugees, Development-Forced Displacement, and Transnational Governance in Eritrea and Exile.” Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economic Development 42: 1-2.
2013 Tricia Redeker Hepner. “Emergent Eritrean Human Rights Movements: Politics, Law and Culture in Transnational Perspective.” In Worlds of Human Rights: Ambiguities of Rights Claiming in Africa, edited by William Derman, Anne Hellum, and Kristen Bergtora Sandvik. Leiden: Brill Publishers. Pp. 277-302.
2013 Opiyo, Lindsay McClain and Tricia Redeker Hepner. “Youth in Transition: The Arts and Cultural Resonance in Post-Conflict Northern Uganda.” In Conflict and Peacebuilding in the African Great Lakes Region, edited by Kenneth Omeje and Tricia Redeker Hepner. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Pp. 179-196.
2012 Hepner, Tricia Redeker. “Militarization, Generational Conflict, and the Eritrean Refugee Crisis.” African Childhoods: Peacebuilding, Education, and Development in the Youngest Continent. Marisa O. Ensor, ed. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. Pp. 152-175.
2009 Seeking Asylum in a Transnational Social Field: New Refugees and Struggles for Autonomy and Human Rights. In O'Kane and Hepner, eds. Biopolitics, Militarism, and Development: Eritrea in the 21st Century. Dislocations Series. New York: Berghahn Books. pp. 183-206.
2008 Transnational Governance and the Centralization of State Power in Eritrea and Exile. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 31: 3: 476-502.
Dr. Tricia Redeker Hepner
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