Prior to joining UNBC as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Global and International Studies, I completed my PhD and postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of International Relations at the University of Sussex (UK) and taught at St Francis Xavier University (Nova Scotia). My research interests include the political economy of conflict, peacebuilding, and development (with a focus on education development); the relationships between environmental and climate change, water, and insecurity (including implications for conflict and migration); and experiences of violence in international intervention. My research focuses particularly on the Lake Chad region and Sudan and South Sudan. For the past 10 years, I have been involved in numerous policy- and practice-focused research projects with international organizations such as UNICEF and with government bodies in the UK.
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