Alice Clarebout is a PhD candidate at CEDEM after having completed a MA in Anthropology at ULiège in 2020. Her master’s thesis, entitled “An ethnography of citizen hosting in Belgium: stage in the migratory route and particular practice of hospitality”, was about the practice of hospitality of Belgian citizens towards asylum seekers, transit and undocumented migrants. In the last year of her MA, provided with her ethnographic experiences carried out during her training, Alice was hired as a student researcher by CEDEM on a research project on cultural practices in the Canal zone in Brussels in collaboration with CUDOS (UGent). She is now starting her doctoral thesis as part of the FNRS research project "UNIC" (Unexpected Inclusions: Migration, Mobility and the Open City) under the supervision of Marco Martiniello. His research interests include the following themes: international migration, refugee studies, hospitality, reception policies, integration policies and practices, migrants’s cultural and artistic practices.
Université de Liège, Faculty of Social Sciences, CEDEM
Campus du Sart Timan – Quartier AGORA
Place des Orateurs, 3, Building 31, box 24
B-4000 Liège (Belgium)