Who Are We?
Colleagues associated with the Living Refugee Archive will be detailed below.
Paul Dudman is the Archivist based within Library and Learning Services at the University of East London and Paul has been responsible for the Refugee Archive at UEL since November 2002. Paul has over a decade’s experience working within Higher Education archives and has postgraduate qualifications in Archives Administration (MSc.Econ) and Information and Library Studies (MSc.Econ). Paul is a member of a range of prpfessional bodies including the Archives and Records Association, the International Council on Archives. the British Records Association and is a Chartered member of CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals.
Rumana Hashem (Dr.)
Dr Rumana Hashem Rumana Hashem is a feminist- sociologist, an anti-racist activist and a post-doctoral associate, affiliated with the Centre for Research on Migration, Refugees and Belonging at the University of East London. She has worked in both academic and non-academic settings. Her work experiences in academic setting include research and teaching within the field of Sociology, Psycho-Social Studies, Psychology and Gender Studies. She has taught on post-graduate and undergraduate courses at Bangladesh Rural Advancement Cooperatives University, the University of East London, and the University of Leicester. At the University of East London, she has completed her PhD on ‘gender and armed conflict’, which showed how different groups of women and men experienced and responded to the conflict in the Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh. Her research is to be published as a form of a film by SAGE (2016) and a book, titled Colonial Past, Bangladeshi Present and Collective Violence against Jummos: Narratives of Ethnicity, Class and Cultural Belongings. Dhaka: University Press Limited (2016).