Dr. Sarah Deardorff Miller

Email: sarah.deardorff@gmail.com​

Website: https://sipa.columbia.edu/faculty/sarah-deardorff-miller

 

Bio:

Dr. Sarah Deardorff Miller is adjunct faculty with Columbia University and convenes a refugee protection course at the University of London (SAS).  She is also a Senior Fellow at Refugees International, and consults for the UN and NGOs on humanitarian, refugee and IDP issues.  Her research has focused on the role of UNHCR in protracted displacement situations, and she has focused on various regions, including the Middle East, East Africa, and Latin America.  She has also researched and written on internal displacement as a consultant with the Brookings Institution, and has worked or consulted with the IRC, Mercy Corps, World Relief, the Lutheran World Federation, and the US Department of State.  She holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford (St. Antony's College), an MSc in Forced Migration from Oxford (St. Antony's), an MA in Social Sciences from the University of Chicago, and a BA in History, Spanish and International Service from Valparaiso University.

 

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