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Dr Farhaan Wali is a sociologist and religious studies expert with specialisation in radicalisation, terrorist groups and regional expertise related to migration and conflict in Asia and the Middle East. He has spent several years in the field, carrying out research both in Britain and abroad. He has been involved in a number of cross-cultural research projects in the private and public sector. As an expert in South Asia, he spent several years conducting fieldwork in Pakistan. In Pakistan, he worked alongside local politicians and social workers, gaining considerable insight into national and local political and legal structures in Pakistan. In 2010, he conducted extensive fieldwork in Bosnia and Herzegovina on post-conflict theory and migration. He is the author of Radicalism Unveiled (2013), which is a detailed study of the rise of Islamic radicalism in Britain.

Lecturer in Religious Studies at Bangor University (UK)
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Pakistan

I am a published doctoral researcher focusing on contemporary Lao culture, politics and society both within Laos and the diaspora. I am particularly interested in ethnic minorities within Laos

PhD Anthropology - Goldsmiths, London (2013-)

MSc Applied Social Research - University of Hull (2011-2013)

Bsc Sci Social Anthropology – University of Manchester (2002-2005)Doctoral researcher with considerable expertise on Laos. 

Doctoral Researcher