Summary: East African development and security in historical context
I have been at the University of Leeds since 2011, receiving a first class degree in International History and Politics (IHP) at undergraduate, and passing my MA by Research with distinction for the year 2014/2015. I am now undergoing my second year of PhD study.
My current PhD research concerns the changing role of non state actors involved in patterns of stabilisation and development, with an empirical focus on the east African region.
Prizes and Awards
Drummond-Wolff Prize for Distinguished Work in International Relations and Politics
School of History Full Scholarship Award (MA by Research)
University of Leeds 110 Anniversary Scholarship for Doctoral Study