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dr. A. Bailey

Assistant Professor

Personal 

Name

Ajay Bailey

Date of birth

July 241979

Place of birth

Bangalore

Nationality

Indian (with Dutch permanent residence permit)

Degrees

2008

PhD , Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen (UoG)

‘Culture, risk and HIV/AIDS among migrant and mobile men in Goa, India’,

Rozenberg Publishers, Amsterdam, 2008 

2004

Msc. Population Studies,

Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

2002

M.A. Anthropology

Department of Anthropology, University of Pune, Pune, India.

2000

Bachelor of Arts (Anthropology, Economics and Political science),

Karnatak University, Dharwad , India ,

Academic employment

Since January 2012  

Assistant Professor in Population Studies

Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen

Since February 2011

India-Research and Training Co-ordinator

Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen

2008-2011

Post-doctoral Researcher

Population Research Centre, Faculty of Spatial Sciences,

University of Groningen 

2004-2007

Ubbo Emmius PhD researcher

Population Research Centre, Faculty of Spatial Sciences,

University of Groningen

PhD Supervision

Erka Çaro 

From the village to the city: adjustment process of internal migrants in Albania (with Prof. Leo van Wissen, completed 2011)

Anu Kõu

Brain gain: migrant biographies of highly skilled South Asians in the Netherlands and United Kingdom (with Prof. Leo van Wissen, ongoing )

Emmy Metta

Health Seeking Behavior in the Context of Epidemiological Transition in Tanzania: a case of Malaria and Diabetes (with Prof. I. Hutter and Dr H. Haisma, ongoing) 

Sylivia Karen Rutagumirwa

Masculinities and femininities in health seeking behavior among elderly in Tanzania (with Prof. Inge Hutter, ongoing)

Selim Jahangir Gender, Space and Ageing : Care Geogrphies of Elderly Men in Delhi and Kolkatta (with Dr. Anindita Datta, University of Delhi, ongoing)
Ran Vijay Singh Everyday Geographies of Migrant Men in Delhi: Paths to Beloning (with Dr. Anindita Datta, University of Delhi, ongoing)

 

Recent Research Training 

2011

Workshop on Qualitative Data Analysis at Institute of Social and Economic Change Bangalore August 16th to 20 th

2008-2010

Bachelor projects, Mather thesis projects and qualitative workshops

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Contactgegevens

Landleven 1
9747 AD Groningen
Nederland