Below is a small selection of sites, resources and books that influence my research.

Convivial Thinking: Group of scholars working on post- and decolonial approaches in contexts of development, development studies and beyond;

Decolonising the University Curriculum Learning and Teaching Toolkit
for Programme and Module Convenors. SOAS;

New Internationalist: Independent media organization dedicated to socially conscious journalism and publishing about global issues.

Positive-Negatives: Produce comics, animations and podcasts about contemporary social and humanitarian issues;

Science for the people: Science-activist organization dedicated to building a radical political movement in science and society;

Southern Voice: Platform of global south think tanks working on international development;

World map of local researchers working on environmental crises. CONVERGE;


Abouet, M., Oubrerie, C., Dascher, H., & Dascher, D. (2012). Aya: Life in Yop City. Montreal: Drawn & Quarterly.

Achebe, C. (1958). Things fall apart.

Barker, M. J. (2016). Queer: A graphic history. Icon Books.

Bechdel, A. (2007). Fun home: A family tragicomic. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Dangarembga, T (1988). Nervous Conditions.

Hamdy, S., & Nye, C. (2017). Lissa: A Story about Medical Promise, Friendship, and Revolution. University of Toronto Press.

Lewis, J., Aydin, A., & Powell, N. (2013). March trilogy. Top Shelf Productions.

Levy, A. (2009). Small island. Hachette UK.

Rhys, J. (1966). Wide sargasso sea.

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