(Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies - KITLV)
Alison Fischer is a former lawyer, teacher and community organizer and current PhD candidate at the KITLV. Her research explores how different groups of people mobilized law to address racialized inequality in the Netherlands between 1980 and 2000, and how those mobilizations continue to affect exercises of citizenship and belonging in the Netherlands.
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