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All FSI Events Disease, Diplomacy and Displacement: Syrian Refugees and the Politics of Health in Jordan

Date(s) - 05/24/2022
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Sigrid Lupieri, CISAC

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May 24, 2022 1:00 PM2:00 PM


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Virtual to Public. Only those with an active Stanford ID with access to William J Perry Conference Room in Encina Hall may attend in person.

For spring quarter 2022, CISAC will be hosting hybrid events. Many events will offer limited-capacity in-person attendance for Stanford faculty, staff, fellows, visiting scholars, and students in accordance with Stanford’s health and safety guidelines, and be open to the public online via Zoom. All CISAC events are scheduled using the Pacific Time Zone. 


(Stanford faculty, visiting scholars, staff, fellows, and students only)


About the Event: Disease, Diplomacy and Displacement: Syrian Refugees and the Politics of Health in Jordan

About the Speaker: Sigrid Lupieri is a postdoctoral at the Center for International Security and Cooperation. Dr.Lupieri received her Ph.D. from the Center of Development Studies at the University of Cambridge. She also holds an MPhil in Modern European History from the University of Cambridge and an M.S. in Journalism from Northwestern University. Her primary research investigates how security concerns, foreign policy agendas, and diplomacy shape the priorities of refugee responses. In her current book project, based on the case study of the Syrian refugee crisis in the Middle East, she finds that security and diplomatic interests have wide-ranging effects on humanitarian health spending, including a disproportionate focus on infectious diseases and the inequitable distribution of resources. In other research, Dr. Lupieri explores the impact of refugee movements on the healthcare systems of host countries, and the intended and unintended effects of international aid on refugee welfare. Outside of academia, she has worked for several years as a journalist in Armenia, Georgia, and Germany, and as a UN officer in New York and New Delhi.  the Senior Director and Lead Scientist, Global Biological Policy and Programs at NTI.

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