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Dr Alejandro Nicolás Miquel Novajra

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Dr Alejandro Nicolás Miquel Novajra
Senior Lecturer
Social Anthropology
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    Dr Alejandro Nicolás Miquel Novajra

    personal.uib.eu/a.miquel

    Curriculum

    Brief CV

    Alejandro Miquel Novajra holds a degree in Sociology (1985) and a PhD in Social Anthropology (1991) from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Current Lecturer at University Balearic Islands in Social ​​Anthropology under Department of Philosophy.

    Major researches undertaken: identity, Migrations and Cultures of Labour.

    Member of research group PTS (Policy, Work and Sustainability); member of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) and president of the IAI (Institut d'Anthropologia des les Illes)

    Some publications and book chapters from recent years: The Paradox of the Alternative to Democracy from Undemocratic Political Forms ( 2005); The Culture of 'Entrepreneurialism': Agrarianism in Services (2003); The Denial of Citizenship: Migratory Movements in Riutort, B. et alt (ed) Inquiries about Citizenship (2007); Economic Anthropology in Lisón Tolosana,C (ed.) Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology. Theory, Method and Practice. (2007) Consequences of Multiculturalism in the Balearic Islands in GREI (ed) Multiculturalism,Education & Society (2007); Ethnicity Versus Citizenship? A Tourist Economy's Approach, Mallorca (Spain) (2010); Ideology and Language Crisis AIRBIT (2014); The Arabian Autumn? Situation of The February 2011 in Ferreiro Galguera,F. & Ramos Aguirre,C (coord..) Proposals of the Arab Spring: Assessment Five Years after (2016)

    With Gallo, J .; Molina, J .; Miquel, A .; Taltavull, J.M. Family Nursing Care Strategies for the Elderly Living Alone: ​​(2013); With Gallo, J .; Molina, J .; Novajra, A.M .; Touza, C. Equity in Socio-Health Resources Directed to the Elderly in Bioethics: Justice and Vulnerability (2013); With A. Cerdŕ and A. Piqueras, Work and Migrations, FES (2016)

    Teaching

    Office Hours

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    Subjects taught. Academic Year 2020-21

    Subjects taught
    Subject Information
    20918 - Anthropology of Contemporary Societies
    21935 - Anthropology of Health
    21934 - Anthropology of Migrations
    20929 - Final Degree Project
    21931 - Final Degree Project
    11210 - Advanced research into social and political studies
    11126 - Residential and Family Environments in Elderly Healthcare

    Teaching, 5 previous years

    Subject Information
    11126 - Residential and Family Environments in Elderly Healthcare
    11138 - Master's Thesis
    11210 - Advanced research into social and political studies
    11440 - Anthropology and Complexity
    20918 - Anthropology of Contemporary Societies
    20929 - Final Degree Project
    21931 - Final Degree Project
    21934 - Anthropology of Migrations

    Research

    Research groups

    Group Membership type
    Practical Philosophy Research Group (PRAXIS) Main researcher
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