Fellows of the network

Richard Axelby (SOAS, London) is an anthropologist of political economies and is conducting ethnographic research with GRNPP in India and the UK

Cristiane Brum Bernardes (Legislative School of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies, Brasilia) is a communication studies scholar conducting ethnographic research with GRNPP in Brazil
Emma Crewe (SOAS, London) is an anthropologist of parliaments, co-ordinating GRNPP research, support and engagement and is undertaking ethnographic research in the UK and the US
Ruth Fox (Hansard Society, London) is Director of the Hansard Society and a Co-Investigator guiding GNRPP grant-making, training and research

Giulia Sbaraini Fontes is a communications studies researcher and a journalist, working as a research assistant with GRNPP in Brazil

Mitiku Gabrehiwot Tesfaye is an anthropologist and film-maker conducting ethnographic research with GRNPP in Ethiopia and Europe

Telma Hoyler (University of Såo Paulo) is a political scientist and artist conducting ethnographic research with GRNPP on politicians in Brazil

 

Niraja Gopal Jayal (Emeritus, JNU, New Delhi) is a politics scholar and a Co-Investigator guiding GNRPP grant-making, training and research

Cristina Leston-Bandeira (University of Leeds, Leeds) is a politics scholar and Co-Investigator guiding GRNPP grant-making, training and research on ethnographies of parliaments

Amir Massoumian (SOAS, London) is a political anthropologist, doctoral student and Project Co-ordinator of GRNPP’s research projects

Jayaseelan Raj (Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum) is an anthropologist of the culture and politics of development in South Asia and will be conducting ethnographic research in politics in Kerala, India, as part of GRNPP research
Sehin Teferra (Setaweet, Addis Ababa) is a gender scholar and Director of Setaweet, Ethiopia’s leading feminist movement and one of GRNPP’s main partners in Ethiopia
Myat Thet Thitsar (EMReF, Yangon) is a political scientist and ethnographer of parliaments as well as Co-Investigator, leading the research, support and engagement on Myanmar

Jas Kaur (SOAS, London) is a political anthropologist and is conducting ethnographic research with GRNPP in Fiji