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    Dr Jane Dyson

Jane’s documentary film draws on over 16 years of ethnographic research in the Indian Himalayas, conducted during a period of rapid social and economic transformation. Her research examines shifts in everyday work, education, marriage and migration practices, and the impacts these have on intergenerational relations. Her new film explores notions of belonging, love and loss in the context of these changes. Jane is author of ‘Working Childhoods’ (CUP, 2014) and editor of ‘Telling Young Lives’ (2008).