- Anthropology, Geography, Politics and Political Science, Environmental Studies
- Research Keywords:
- I am happy to read papers and collaboration on projects that are situated within the social sciences, that are broadly qualitative, and that touch on topics of: international development, political anthropology, human geography, rural studies and rural/urban divides, African studies, pan-Africanism, feminist methodologies, ethnography, geographies of justice, geographies of resistance, social movements, social inequality and intersectionality, gender, race, sexuality, and development, sustainable development, International Financial Institutions and development agencies, Indigenous thought, oil and resource extraction the politics of knowledge, North-South divides and collaborations, South-South divides and collaborations
- Collaboration interests:
- I am happy to collaborate in a variety of areas: workshop and conference organizing, theoretical framework, methodology, research proposal drafting. Please note: I cannot commit to editing or proof reading.
- I completed my PhD dissertation, Lifescapes of a Pipedream: A Decolonial Mixtape of Structural Violence & Resistance Along the Chad-Cameroon Oil Pipeline, at Boston College, where I was the 2014/15 African and African Diaspora Studies Dissertation Write-Up Fellow. I have held academic posts at Boston College and Clark University in the US, Jimma University in Ethiopia, and the American University in Cairo. I have a PhD in Geography and the Environment from the University of Oxford and a MA in Pan-African Studies from Syracuse University.
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