I’m a graduate student and anthropologist at George Washington University, and I study conflict, intervention, and justice in sub-Saharan Africa. My research focuses on the parts of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo affected by the Lord’s Resistance Army, and includes research in justice and reconciliation, radio interventions, and foreign military involvement.
I previously studied at Yale University and Arizona State University, and I taught high school social studies in Arizona and Connecticut. I write here about my research as well as other issues in Africa, America, and elsewhere. For more, see my ‘about’ page – otherwise head to the blog.