Development Track Director, Undergraduate International and Public Affairs Concentration
Director, Undergraduate Development Studies Concentration
Gerard Visiting Associate Professor of International and Public Affairs and Africana Studies
Areas of Interest: Local/indigenous knowledge systems, colonial sciences, environmental studies, and the politics of knowledge in Africa and the African Diaspora, Science and technology policy and national systems of innovation in the Global South, Black transnationalism and history of black resistance (USA, Africa, Brazil), Transformation of higher education systems, Communities-of-practice, epistemologies of practice, and organizational cultures, International development in Eastern and Southern Africa.
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