Elina Nilsson is a Ph.D. student at the Centre for Gender Research since 2017.
Her research interests includes reproduction, kinship and family as well as embodied labor and the interconnections between the global and the intimate.
In her PhD project she explores the experiences of transnational commercial surrogacy among former surrogate mothers in Thailand.
She teaches on reproduction and family on undergraduate level and is also a project administrator in the research program Nordwit.
Keywords: medical anthropology gender assisted reproductive technologies postcolonial studies thailand family and kinship studies commercial surrogacy ethnography migration intimate labour reproduction
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