Elizabeth Durham


Elizabeth Durham is a medical and political anthropologist who has been working in the Republic of Cameroon since 2012, and providing refugee and asylum support through country-of-origin expertise since 2013. She specializes in expert reports on HIV/AIDS and mental illness in Cameroon, and on the conflict commonly known as the Anglophone Crisis. She holds a PhD in anthropology from Princeton University and is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology and a Fellow in the Society of Fellows at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.