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Sonia is a PhD student studying history at the University of Oxford. Born into an eccentric family, Sonia had already lived on three different continents before the age of ten. Though academically focused on the history of Francoist Spain, Sonia is fascinated by taboos; the relationship between politics and society in (post-) conflict communities; religious terrorism; geopolitical conflict; social policy and education.

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