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I am a social anthropologist, specialising in the study of contemporary African migration to Europe. I am currently a Visiting Scholar at Brown University in the United States. When I am not tutoring, I can be found in coffee shops writing my book, which is based on my PhD thesis..
I have been working as a tutor for almost three years, tutoring undergraduate and graduate students in a range of subjects in the social sciences and humanities. Prior to this, I taught undergraduate students in anthropology at Brown University, an ivy-league university in the United States. I additionally have experience teaching 16-18 year olds on university-preparation courses, as well as A-Level Government and Politics students at a private sixth form college in London.
Social Anthropology, all areas.
Sociology, especially race and ethnicity studies, migration studies, globalisation.
Qualitative research methods, especially ethnography, grounded theory, interviewing techniques.
A-level Government and Politics (Edexcel)
PhD Social Anthropology, Brown University
MPhil Migration Studies, University of Oxford
MA Politics & Italian, Edinburgh University