Jane Dyson

Jane Dyson teaches on issues related to global inequalities and young people in the School of Geography at the University of Melbourne. She conducts long-term ethnographic research in the Indian Himalayas examining gender, work, youth politics, and social transformation from the perspective of social geography, cultural anthropology and development studies. Dyson's research is presented in her book, Working Childhoods (Cambridge University Press, 2014), journal articles, and in her award-winning films, Spirit and Lifelines. In Australia, she examines inequalities among young people, particularly in the context of food insecurity on university campus.

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