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Brady Wagoner
Professor Aalborg University – DenmarkCentre for Cultural Psychology



Brady Wagoner received his PhD from the University of Cambridge, where he started his research on memory, imagination, social change and environmental communication. His studies of remembering include the analysis of conversations, narratives, reenactments and most recently how people relate to different kinds of memorial sites. He is associate editor of the journals Culture & Psychology and Peace & Conflict. His books include The Constructive Mind: Bartlett’s Psychology in Reconstruction (CUP, 2017), Handbook of Culture and Memory (OUP, 2018)


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Anna-Maria Walter
Teaching fellow Ludwig-Maximilians-University MunichInstitute of Social and Cultural Anthropology



Anna-Maria Walter has recently finished her PhD thesis about intimacy and love in (pre)marital relationships in the area of Gilgit, northern Pakistan. Her work focuses on the phenomenological aspects of emotions and the embodiment of norms and values. Being a teaching fellow at the Department, Anna-Maria has classes on the Anthropology of Emotions, gender aspects and Muslim women. She is now increasingly interested in the juxtaposition of medical conceptions and local imaginations of body and mind.

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Nicole Weydmann
Postdoctoral Researcher Jacobs University Bremen, GermanyDepartment of Psychology and Methods



Nicole Weydmann is Research Associate at Jacobs University in Bremen. Her current research project is investigating concepts and approaches underlying healing ideologies of new rightist movements in Germany and Austria. She received her Ph.D. in psychology at Jacobs University Bremen. In her doctoral studies she focused on concepts and approaches underlying the use of traditional and complementary medicine in urban Indonesia / Yogyakarta (‘Healing is not just dealing with your body’, 2019). Besides her substantive focus on traditional and alternative medicine in Southeast Asia, Nicole has a major focus on reflexive research methodologies, highlighting the formative influences of researchers on different steps of meaning making.

Recent publication: Weydmann, Nicole (2019). ‘Healing is not just dealing with your body‘ – A Reflexive Grounded Theory Study Exploring Women’s Concepts and Approaches Underlying the Use of Traditional and Complementary Medicine in Indonesia. Berlin: Regiospectra.

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Kiara Wickremasinghe
PhD Candidate SOAS, University of LondonSocial Anthropology Department

Kiara Wickremasinghe is a Ph.D. candidate in Social Anthropology at SOAS University of London. Her Ph.D. is part of a broader ESRC-funded Anthropological Study of Peer-Supported Open Dialogue in the UK’s NHS. She is both a researcher and practitioner of Open Dialogue, a social network approach to psychiatric crisis care. Previously, Kiara read for a BA in Geography at the University of Cambridge and an MA in Music in Development at SOAS University of London.