I’m a graduate student and anthropologist at George Washington University, focusing on conflict, intervention, and justice in sub-Saharan Africa. I previously studied at Yale University and Arizona State University. I write here about my research as well as other issues in Africa, America, and around the world. For more, see my ‘about’ page – otherwise head to the blog.
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Currently Reading…Surrendering to Utopia: An Anthropology of Human Rights by Mark Goodale.
Give a Man a Fish: Reflections on the New Politics of Distribution by James Ferguson.
Where I’m HeadedPresenting at the African Studies Association annual meeting, San Diego, CA, Nov. 19-21.
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