Articles & Public Scholarship

PEER-REVIEWED
2018   “Complex Mediascapes, Complex Realities: Critically Engaging with Biotechnology Debates in Ghana.” Global Bioethics 29(1): 55-64.
2018   “We are not starving:  Challenging Genetically Modified Seeds and Development in Ghana.” Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 41(1): 15-23.

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW
2019    “Not Too Big to Fail? Theorizing Agricultural Biotechnology Trajectories in Africa.” (Invited to revise and resubmit to African Affairs, with Rachel Schurman)

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION
2019    “We are not starving: the Struggle for Food Sovereignty in Ghana.” Book Manuscript.
2019    “Recipient Fatigue and Moral Geographies of Agricultural Development in Ghana.”

SELECTED PUBLIC SCHOLARSHIP
2019   “This is What Donald Trump’s Development Policy Looks Like.” Africa is a Country (with Jacob M. Grumbach).
2018   “Don’t Turn Foreign Aid Over to the Heritage Foundation.” Foreign Policy in Focus (with Jacob M. Grumbach).
2018   “Only the Soil Can Free Us.” Africa is a Country.
2018   “Catering Ghana’s Agricultural Development.” Anthropology News.
2018   “Silent Aid.” Africa is a Country.
2018   “Abject Lessons.” Popula.
2018   “The Economic Fighters League is Re-Igniting Ghana’s Anti-Colonial Legacy.” Africa is a Country.
2018   “Pythons and Lily Pads.” Africa is a Country.
2014    “A Field Day for Joeva Rock.” American University College of Arts and Sciences.
2014    “Why Are We Sending Soldiers Trained for War to Respond to the Ebola Crisis?” The Nation.
2014    “Climate Change, Foreign Assistance, and Food Sovereignty in Ghana.” Pambazuka.
2014    “Militarized Humanitarianism in Africa.” Foreign Policy in Focus.