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About me

My work is situated at the intersection of social geography, critical political economy, and ethnography: this is reflected by my training, institutional homes, and publication record.


In 2018, I completed a PhD in Politics at the University of Manchester, UK. This was followed by a 3,5-year research fellowship in Geography at the University of Cambridge and Darwin College, Cambridge, UK; and a Marie Curie Research Fellow in the Department of Geography, Urban Planning and International Development, at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 

Currently, I am a Senior Political Economist at Bauhaus Earth in Berlin, Germany. 

All my research outputs appear in leading geography journals, including Progress in Human GeographyAntipodeSociety and SpaceThe Annals of The American Association of Geographers, The Transactions of The Institute of British Geographers, Geoforum, Political Geography, and others. 

My first research monograph The Politics of Precarity: Spaces of Extractivism, Violence, and Suffering was published in 2021 with Routledge Interventions series that provides a forum for innovative and interdisciplinary work that engages with a range of critical, post-structural approaches to global politics.

Curriculum Vitae


2014 - 2018

University of Manchester, UK

PhD Politics, Full ESCR Scholarship

2012 - 2013

Aberystwyth University, UK

MSc in Food and Water Security (Distinction)

2009 - 2012

Aberystwyth University, UK

BScEcon in International Politics (First Class)

Awards, Scholarships and Grants

  • EU Horizon 2020, Marie Curie Individual Fellowship 2022-2024.

  • Cambridge-Africa Alborada Research Fund 2020 (Principal Investigator).

  • 3-year Research Fellowship in Humanities at Darwin College, University of Cambridge.

  • Economic and Social Research Council UK PhD Studentship 2014-2018.

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