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Marry-Anne Karlsen

Postdoctoral fellow

Marry-Anne Karlsen is a postdoctoral fellow at Centre for Women’s and Gender Research (SKOK). She has a background in human geography and social anthropology. Her research interests cover migration, welfare state, and border politics. Her PhD thesis Precarious inclusion. Irregular migration, practices of care and state b/ordering in Norway explored the encounter between healthcare providers and irregular migrants and and was part of the RCN-funded project Provision of Welfare to Irregular Migrants. She is currently part of a new 3 year international research project funded by the RCN, Waiting for an uncertain future: the temporalities of irregular migration (WAIT). 

 

Karlsen is a board member of Nordic Migration Research and the Norwegian Network for Migration Research.

Reports and theses
  • Eide, Helene Marie Kjærgård; Homme, Anne; Karlsen, Marry-Anne; Lundberg, Kjetil. 2016. Integrering i praksis: Helse- og omsorgssektoren som opplærings- og kvalifiseringsarena for flyktninger og innvandrere. Uni Research Rokkansenteret, Stein Rokkan senter for flerfaglige samfunnsstudier, Bergen. 82 pages.
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne; Drangsland, Kari Anne; Dahle, Malin. 2016. Norskopplæring for personer i asylmottak, Rokkanrapport 2. Uni Research Rokkansenteret, Bergen. 224 pages.
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne. 2015. Precarious inclusion. Irregular migration, practices of care, and state b/ordering in Norway. University of Bergen.
Book sections
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne. 2016. Migration control and children's access to healthcare. 8, pages 134-158. In:
    • Thomas, Felicity. 2016. Handbook of Migration and Health. Edward Elgar Publishing. 531 pages. ISBN: 978 1 78471 477 2.
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne. 2015. Når helsevesenet blir en del av migrasjonskontrollen – etiske og praktiske dilemmaer for helsepersonell. 6, pages 128-145. In:
    • Bendixsen, Synnøve Kristine Nepstad; Jacobsen, Christine M.; Søvig, Karl Harald. 2015. Eksepsjonell velferd? Irregulære migranter i det norske velferdssamfunnet. Gyldendal Juridisk. 280 pages. ISBN: 978-82-05-48425-2.
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne; Drangsland, Kari Anne Klovholt; Hidle, Knut. 2014. The conditions for hospitality in the Norwegian asylum reception system. Part VI, Chapter One, pages 284-299. In:
    • Guribye, Eugene; Lie, Birgit; Øverland, Gwynyth. 2014. Nordic work with traumatised refugees: Do we really care. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 334 pages. ISBN: 9781443861366.

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