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Rui Assubuji

Rui Assubuji

From Mozambique, Rui Assubuji is a research associate within the SARChI Chair of Visual History & Theory at the Centre for Humanities Research of the University of the Western Cape. He built his professional background in video and photography, working for Mozambican National Television from 1985 and free-lancing since 1992. His PhD dissertation titled ‘Visual […]

Patrick Chukwudike Okpalaeke

Patrick Chukwudike Okpalaeke

Patrick Chukwudike Okpalaeke is a PhD student in the Department of History. He holds a BA in History and International Studies and an MA in Social and Political History both from the University of Uyo, Nigeria. He is interested in African history, environmental history, history of health and medicine, and mining history during the twentieth […]

Ify Okadigbo

Ify Okadigbo

Ifeyinwa Okadigbo, widely known as Ify, is a dedicated Ph.D. Candidate within the esteemed School of Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at York University, Toronto, Canada. Her academic journey has been characterized by a profound commitment to unveiling the multifaceted dimensions of gender, coloniality, and African feminism. Ify holds an impressive academic record, boasting two […]

Divine Mokuye

Divine Mokuye

My name is Divine Mokuye, I am a 4th year student in the LA&PS program, Health and Society. I am interested in social science research in healthcare and I aspire to become a nurse one day!

Kennedy Opande

Kennedy Opande

I am currently a PhD in Anthropology candidate at the Department of Anthropology, Gender and African Studies – University of Nairobi. I'm interested in the philosophies of socio-nature, human-nonhuman connections and theories of life. My research focuses on the cosmologies of life in indigenous non-Western societies, expressions of life across elements, and their intersection with […]

Theophilus Okunlola

Theophilus Okunlola

Theophilus Okunlola's research is situated at the intersections of Disability studies, African cultural studies, Cultural Memory, Environmental Humanities and Visual Cultures. He is working on a project that explores visibility as a key concept in the political and cultural representations of disability in Africa.

Gemechu Abeshu

Gemechu Abeshu

Dr. Gemechu Abeshu is a refugee and forced migration researcher currently employed as a postdoctoral fellow at York University. He is presently a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Postdoctoral Fellow seated in the Department of Sociology at York University. He earned his Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from Bayreuth University (Germany) and an M.A. […]

Tracelyn Cornelius

Tracelyn Cornelius

Tracelyn Cornelius is a doctoral candidate in the Sustainability Management program and a graduate of the Master of Environment and Business (MEB) program at the University of Waterloo. Her research primarily focuses on knowledge mobilization and issues related to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI). Tracelyn's scholarly contributions involve the development of evidence-based frameworks for assessing […]

Tamanisha J. John

Tamanisha J. John

Dr. Tamanisha J. John is an international political economist whose research focuses on economic hegemonies and their contributions to processes of underdevelopment. She has a regional interest in the Caribbean, and a broader research agenda that concerns Caribbean development, sovereignty and politics, as well as economic imperialism, financial exclusion, corporate power, and Canadian foreign policy […]