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Indigenous sovereignties: a study of political plurality in Ecuadorian Amazonia
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Producing Material and Consuming Immaterial Diets: A socio-historical study of food delivery work...
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Constitutions of citizenship in the post-colonial context: The spatial and political legacies of b...
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Visions of Life: The Creation of Postcolonial Screen Cultures in Africa
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Land for Industry: State-Society Relations in Agrarian Maharashtra
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A party-state derailed: The techno-politics of infrastructure and bureaucracy in EPRDF’s Ethiopia...
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Property inheritance, the state and class reproduction in Johannesburg, South Africa
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Pathways to post-extractivism in Latin America
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Redesigning agrifood systems
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Theodor Borrmann
Research Student
Francesco Bosso
Research Student
Hanno Brankamp
Departmental Lecturer in Forced Migration
Natalia Buitron
Natalia Buitron
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
Lise Cazzoli
Research Student
Mihika Chatterjee
Departmental Lecturer in Development Studies
Simukai Chigudu
Associate Professor of African Politics
Alessandro Corso
ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow
Alessandro Corso
ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow

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31 May, 2021
New article from Young Lives quantifies increase in domestic violence during lockdown in Peru
28 Jun, 2021
Raufu Mustapha's academic papers now available as Bodleian collection
28 Jun, 2021
Simukai Chigudu wins 2021 APSA-IPSA Theodore J Lowi First Book Award
28 Jun, 2021
Oxford, Wits University to launch jointly directed Mobility Governance Lab
19 Apr, 2021
New article by Alexander Betts examines political history of Uganda’s ‘progressive’ refugee policies
27 Apr, 2021
Alexander Betts publishes new book on unlocking potential contribution of refugees
09 Apr, 2021
New article co-authored by Olivier Sterck measures effect of shift to refugee self reliance model
26 Mar, 2021
Researchers develop short video app targeted at most marginalised
26 Mar, 2021
Researchers develop short video app targeted at most marginalised

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09 Apr, 2021
'Whether or not Kenya closes its camps, much damage has been done'. Cory Rodgers and Mohamed Talil write for African Arguments
25 Mar, 2021
'Can Chinese Special Economic Zones revitalise Nigeria’s manufacturing industry?'. DPhil Nwamaka Ogbonna writes for the Africa Report
25 Mar, 2021
'Can Chinese Special Economic Zones revitalise Nigeria’s manufacturing industry?'. DPhil Nwamaka Ogbonna writes for the Africa Report
17 Mar, 2021
'The imagined immorality of refuge'. Hanno Brankamp writes for Africa is a Country
10 Mar, 2021
'The age of agitation: African politics and the question of youth'. Dan Hodgkinson and co-authors introduce the first in a new blog series for African Arguments, which takes a generational perspective on social movements across Africa and asks, how are young people mobilising for political change?
08 Mar, 2021
'How trade policies make domestic industries uncompetitive'. DPhil Nwamaka Ogbonna writes for Stears Business
03 Mar, 2021
'Latin America: inequality and political instability have lessons for the rest of the world'. Diego Sánchez-Ancochea writes for the Conversation about what one of the world's most unequal regions can tell us about the consequences of wealth concentration
01 Mar, 2021
'The incredible journey of the toyi-toyi, southern Africa’s protest dance'. Jocelyn Alexander and JoAnn McGregor write for the Conversation about the history of the protest 'dance' and what it tells us about military culture
23 Feb, 2021
'Why are India’s farmers angry? | Start Here'. Nikita Sud contributes to a primer from Aljazeera English about farmer protests in India

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