Dr Anne Friederike Delouis
Anne Friederike Delouis is a Visiting Researcher at the Maison française d’Oxford (CNRS). Her research has an interdisciplinary character at the interface between history and anthropology.
She has worked and published on political metaphors, ethnicity, and cultural memory, as well as the history and epistemology of social sciences (Edith Durham, Niklas Luhmann, Pierre Bourdieu, ethnographic collections in France, among others). Her current research focuses on the German-speaking diaspora in Southeast Europe and its post-1989 reconfigurations.
Currently an Associate Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Orléans, France, she holds a PhD degree in social anthropology from the University of Cambridge and studied history at the Universities of Tübingen (Germany) and Paris-Sorbonne. She has been involved with various European projects through her work as Vice-rector for International Relations at her home university.