I have taught widely on African history, imperial history and global history for both undergraduate and postgraduate students at Leiden University, University of Oxford, Stanford University, University of Zambia and the University of the Free State.
I currently run the Graduate Programme African Studies for doctoral students at the African Studies Centre Leiden and teach on the Research Master in African Studies.
University of the Free State
Saima Nakuti Ashipala: ‘Contested Sovereignty: International Diplomacy and the Role of Natural Resources in Namibian Decolonisation’.
- ‘Technical and Vocational Education and the Place of Indigenous Labour in the Mining Industry of Namibia, 1970–1990‘, Journal of Southern African Studies, 47, 1 (2021), pp. 127-142.
Jennifer Chansa: ‘State, Mining Companies and Communities: A History of Environmental Pollution in Zambia, 1964 to the present’. Dr Chansa was awarded her PhD in December 2020.
Hyden Munene: ‘A History of Rhokana Corporation and its Nkana Mine Division, 1928-1991’. Dr Munene was awarded his PhD in June 2018.
- ‘Profitability and Nationalisation on the Zambian Copperbelt: A Case Study of Rhokana Corporation’s Nkana Mine, 1964–1969‘, African Economic History, 48, 2 (2020), pp. 37-66.
- ‘Mining the Past: A Report of Four Archival Repositories in Zambia‘, History in Africa, 47 (2020), 359-373.
Mbozi Santebe: ‘A History of the Central Statistical Office of Zambia and its Role in the Production of Statistics’.
Liège University/Leiden University
Francesca Pugliese: ‘Workplace regime and the transformation of subjectivity. An ethnographic approach among miners in the Copperbelt Region’.
- ‘Mining companies and gender(ed) policies: The women of the Congolese Copperbelt, past and present‘, The Extractive Industries and Society, (2021).