Since the publication of my book, I’ve been invited to speak with a number of outlets:
- Cambridge Global Food Security Research Center [interview]
- Cambridge Development Podcast [interview]
- Associated Press: “Bill Gates: Technological Innovation Would Help Solve Hunger” [quoted]
In April 2018 I appeared on radio shows in the US and South Africa to discuss protests in Ghana that ensued after an agreement between the US military and Ghanaian government was made public. Both appearances can be accessed here:
Public & Invited Talks
2020 Panelist, the Resilient40 Virtual Summit: Tunakutana for Climate Resilience. Sept. 22.
2020 “Genetically Modified Crops for Africa? A Qualitative View from Ghana.” The Innovative Genomics Institute, University of California-Berkeley. March 10.
2019 “A Vision that Refuses to Die: The Struggle for Food Sovereignty and Political Freedom in an Era of Climate Change.” University of California-San Diego. May 31.
2018 “‘The Africans, I think, will choose to let their people have enough to eat’: Global Assemblages and Genetically Modified Crops for Africa.” New York University. Aug. 31.
2018 “We are not starving: Debating Development and Genetically Modified Crops in Ghana.” University of Texas-Austin. March 22.
2017 “We are not starving: Genetically Modified Crops and Development Debates in Ghana.” University of California-Berkeley. Feb. 7.
2016 “Constructions and Practices of Food Sovereignty in Ghana.” University of Ghana. March 11.