Jennifer Fluri's research focuses on gender, geopolitics and economic development in South Asia with a focus on Afghanistan. She has conducted research on the spatial and gender implication of international intervention in Afghanistan. She is currently working on a study that investigates Afghan women's Civil Society Organizations and their roles in peace building and conflict mediation. She is also working with a team of faculty and students through a CU-Outreach grant to examine affordable housing in Boulder from the perspective of individuals working on improving affordable housing options and living in designated affordable housing units/areas.
critical study and analysis of gender and development in conflict zones, security studies, body theory, affordable housing, gender, race, class, economic inequality