I am currently a Graduate Fellow at the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, specializing in modern African and global history. My dissertation examines the transnational history of postcolonial education in West Africa, focusing on regional rivals Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire.
With this website, I hope to share some of the work that I have done over the last few years. My most up-to-date CV is available here. My email is email@example.com.
September 5–7, 2018: Gli economisti e la scuola: storia delle politiche per lo sviluppo dell’Africa occidentale (1960–1980) – ASAI V, Quinta conferenza dell’Associazione per gli studi africani in Italia (Bologna, Italy).
November 29 – December 1, 2018: Massive, Unconventional and Expensive: Manpower Estimates and Structural Adjustment in West Africa, 1960–1985 – Presenter and Panel Chair: For Whom, For What?: Debating Development Narratives in Postcolonial Africa, African Studies Association Annual Meeting (Atlanta, United States).