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Dr James Duminy


James started as a lecturer in human geography in 2020, having joined the University of Bristol in 2019 as Senior Research Associate working on the IUSSP Family Planning, Fertility and Urban Development project. Before coming to Bristol, he was a postdoctoral research fellow at the African Centre for Cities (ACC), University of Cape Town (UCT), within the interdisciplinary PEAK Urban programme. He completed his PhD at UCT in 2018, examining the historical governance of food systems and scarcity in colonial Kenya as part of the Consuming Urban Poverty project. He previously worked to enhance African planning education and urban research through the Association of African Planning Schools and the African Urban Research Initiative programmes based at the ACC.



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