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Parvati Raghuram

Parvati Raghuram is Professor of Migration and Geography in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. She undertook her first two degrees in India and then migrated to the UK as a spouse. She began her PhD at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne when her son was eight months old and completed (including three journal publications) in four years, when she had two children below the age of five (no pressure!). Her experiences of growing up in India, of migrating, and of caring and moving around the UK while studying have all shaped her research interests. Her focus of her research includes theorising care, responsibility and the complexity of ethics; gender and development; and migration, particularly skilled and student migration. She is currently leading a project on international distance education students at the University of South Africa and their experiences of study. She has taught migration in the Level 1 module DD103, but also contributed to various other modules in in the faculty.

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