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Jatin Dua and Sanne Ravensbergen

Jatin Dua and Sanne Ravensbergen

Love in the time of the coronavirus

It's hard to keep up with Jatin Dua. Polite and upbeat, he first showed up in Ann Arbor in 2014 as an assistant professor of anthropology at the U-M. Before that, he spent his childhood in India and California, completed his undergraduate degree at Reed College in Oregon, studied law in Cairo, did research in London and East Africa, and got his PhD at Duke

 
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Jatin Dua and Sanne Ravensbergen
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