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Sena started her PhD training at Cornell after earning her BA in anthropology and economics at University of Virginia and her MA in social anthropology/ethnology at Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. She is interested in neoliberal governance regimes and economic crises, and the ways in which crises affect how people mediate between circuits of values, produce moralities, and organize economic relations. Her graduate research explores understandings, experiences, and responses to precarious living conditions and “crisis” in the urban peripheries of Barcelona.
sociocultural anthropology, neoliberal governance, crisis, Europe, Spain