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Dissertation Title: Waiting on Embers: Duration, Dispossession, and Everyday Life among Iraqi Migrants in Jordan


Zachary Sheldon is a sociocultural anthropologist studying migration, work, embodiment, empire, and games.
 
His current project revises his disseration into a book, which examines the participation of Iraqi migrants and refugees in Jordan's markets for foreign labor and capital. He is also beginning a second major project on the many ways that play, simulation, and fantasy shaped the history and aftermath of the 2003 Iraq War.
 
To learn more about Zachary's projects, publications, and courses, please visit his website at zdsheldon.com.