- Ph.D., Anthropology, The Australian National University
- Master of Anthropology, The Australian National University
- Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology, University of Hawaii
Publications & Presentations
- Neikirk, Alice and Ray Nickson (2021) ‘Potlatch Justice: Tribal Restorative Justice Practices in Oregon’, SN Social Sciences.
- Neikirk, Alice (2018) ‘A Moral Marriage: Humanitarian Values and Bhutanese Refugees’, The Journal of Refugee Studies, Issue 1, pp. 63–81, doi: 10.1093/jrs/fex015.
- Nickson, Ray and Alice Neikirk (2018) Great Expectations: Managing Transitional Justice, Palgrave MacMillan.
- Neikirk, Alice (2017) ‘Defining Roles for Refugees through Expectations of Vulnerability’, Forced Migration Review, Issue 54, pp. 63-65.
- Neikirk, Alice and Ray Nickson (2017) ‘States of Impunity: Bhutanese Refugee Camps in Nepal’ State Crimes: Journal of the International State Crime Initiative. Vol. 6 (1), pp. 37-54.
- Neikirk, Alice (2017) Humanitarian Reason, Written by Didier Fassin. Reviewed for: The Pacific Journal, Vol. 12; pp. 119-120.
- Neikirk, Alice (2016) Echoes of Empire: Identity, Memory, and Colonial Memory, Edited by Kalypso A. Nicolaïdis, Berny Sèbe, and Gabrielle Maas. Reviewed for: Historical Dialogues, Justice and Memory Network, November 2.
- Neikirk, Alice (2009) "‘… Happily Ever After’ (or What Fairytales Teach Girls About Being Women)." Hohonu: A Journal of Academic Writing Vol. 7, pp. 38-42.
- ‘Learning to be Refugees: The Bhutanese in Nepal’, presenter, Australian Anthropology Society Conference, Melbourne, Australia, December 2015
- ‘The Elephant has Two Sets of Teeth: Refugees and Bhutan’s Democratic Reforms’, presenter, The International Post-Graduate Student Conference. Honolulu, Hawaii, February 2014