Associate Professor, Utah State University
Dr. Erin Hofmann is Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Sociology at Utah State University. A social demographer, Dr. Hofmann's research focuses on the gender dimensions of international migration patterns. She has a particular interest in new international migration flows - such as emigration from Central Asia and the Caucasus after the breakup of the Soviet Union and how men and women respond differently to new migration opportunities.
Jun 08, 2021 00:01 am UTC| Life
There are many types of forced marriage in this world, but perhaps the most dramatic is marriage by abduction, or bride kidnapping. Bride kidnapping is common in parts of sub-Saharan Africa, the Caucasus and Central...
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