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anthropologist , educator

Hansjoerg Dilger, German anthropologist, educator. Grantee, Volkswagen Foundation, 2005; scholar, Heinrich Boell Foundation, 1999; Kiswahili studies scholar, German Academic Exchange Service, 1993. Member of African Studies Association, European Association Social Anthropologists, German Anthropological Association (chairman medical anthropology work group since 2004).

Background

Dilger, Hansjoerg was born on June 11, 1968 in Ulm, Germany. Son of Ernst Friedrich and Hedwig Rose Dilger.

Education

Master of Arts, Freie University, Berlin, 1998. Doctor of Philosophy, Freie University, Berlin, 2004.

Career

Lecturer and research associate Freie University, Berlin, 1999—2005, assistant professor anthropology, since 2007. Assistant professor anthropology and African studies University Florida, Gainesville, 2005—2007.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Living with Aids, Illness, Death and Social Relationships in Africa. An Ethnography, 2005.

Membership

Member of African Studies Association, European Association Social Anthropologists, German Anthropological Association (chairman medical anthropology work group since 2004).

Connections

father:
Ernst Friedrich

mother:
Hedwig Rose Dilger