Profiles in "Mobility and Belonging" Expertise Area

  • Warriner is an educational anthropologist who examines the social, political, economic, and ideological dimensions of immigration and transnationalism.
  • Bixby's research addresses modernist studies, Irish studies, postcolonial theory and criticism, and issues of travel, mobility, and the body.
  • Sarat's work explores the intersection of religion and migration in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, with special attention to ways in which people draw upon religion to formulate notions of belonging and confront challenges.
  • Lim is an associate professor of History at ASU. Trained in history and law, she focuses on immigration, borders, and race.
  • Jamme studies the adoption of new technologies and their effects on mobility, accessibility, and sociability in cities. She uses mixed methods and conducts research in the Global North and South.
  • Harleen Kaur received her doctorate in sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is a Teaching Assistant Professor for the Sanford School. Her background and research interests are in racism, state formation, and belonging.