About this person

Marry-Anne Karlsen has a background in both human geography and social anthropology. Her research interests cover migration, welfare state, and border politics. Her PhD thesis explored the encounter between health care providers and irregular migrants in Norway and was part of the project Provision of Welfare to Irregular Migrants. Karlsen is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Centre for Women’s and Gender Research (SKOK), University of Bergen.

Publications

Articles

Book chapters

  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne; Thomas, Felicity Handbook of Migration and Health. Edward Elgar Publishing 2016 ISBN 978 1 78471 477 2.
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne Migration control and children's access to healthcare. I: Handbook of Migration and Health. Edward Elgar Publishing 2016 ISBN 978 1 78471 477 2.. pages 134-158
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne Når helsevesenet blir en del av migrasjonskontrollen – etiske og praktiske dilemmaer for helsepersonell. I: Eksepsjonell velferd? Irregulære migranter i det norske velferdssamfunnet. Gyldendal Juridisk 2015 ISBN 978-82-05-48425-2.. pages 128-145

Reports

Other publications

  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne Eksepsjonell velferd? Irregulære migranter i det norske velferdssamfunnet. 2015.
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne Helsepersonell som grensekontrollører. 2015.
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne Helsehjelp for papirløse. 2015.
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne Enacting the border in the medical encounter. 2014.
  • Karlsen, Marry-Anne Irregulære migranter i velferdsstaten: juridiske og sosiale utfordringer.. 2014.
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