Juliette has a M.Sc. in Medical Anthropology from University College London, as well as a B.A. in International Relations and Anthropology from the University of Sussex. Born into a multicultural family of travelers and migrants, she turned at a young age to books and music to understand what it means to feel, exist and belong. She has lived in several non-Western societies and has experienced first-hand the obstacles associated with migration and the liminal stage it involves. In 2017, she conducted research on how middle-class rural migrants to New Delhi constructed meaning and their identities in their everyday lives, and looked into the therapeutic benefits of prayer and ritual. Today, she works as an independent researcher, translator, and psychology writer/editor.
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