There are four types of PhD students among the ASC Community’s affiliates:
- Resident ASC PhD students: (co-)supervised by a researcher at the ASC and who have a desk and access to facilities at the ASC when in the Netherlands
- Non-resident ASC PhD students: (co-)supervised by a researcher at the ASC but do not have a desk or access to facilities at the ASC when in the Netherlands (i.e. they have the use of facilities at the university where the ASC (co-)supervisor has a professorial position instead)
- Non-resident non-ASC PhD students: supervised by a researcher who works at the ASC but whose PhD supervision work (in this case) is paid by another university
- Other PhD students: doing their PhD on a topic related to African Studies
A. (Abreham) Alemu FantaGeographic expertise: Ethiopia
Abreham Alemu Fanta is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and based at the same time at African Studies Centre in Leiden.
A. (Anika) AltafGeographic expertise: Benin, Ethiopia
Anika Altaf is based at ASC Leiden and conducting Ph.D research on the ethics of targeting for poverty alleviation. This is a research of the targeting practices of partner organizations of Development Agencies.
A. (Adamou) AmadouGeographic expertise: Cameroon
Adamou Amadou holds a degree in Visual Anthropology from the University of Tromsø and is currently attached to the University of Ngaoundere (Cameroon).
M.S. (Maru) BekeleGeographic expertise: Ethiopia
Maru Shete Bekele is a PhD fellow at the Netherlands Academy for Land Governance for Equitable and Sustainable Development (LANDac), hosted by the African Studies Centre (ASC) at Leiden University.
K. (Karin) van Bemmel
Karin van Bemmel is since October 2011 working on her PhD entitled ‘Mental Health and the Conceptualization of Illness in a Post-Conflict Area’.
M.O.L. (Michiel) van den BerghGeographic expertise: Sahel
Michiel van den Bergh (1983) conducts Ph.D research for Vogelbescherming Nederland (VBN; BirdLife International’s national partner in the Netherlands) at the University of Leiden and is based at the African Studies Centre.
I. (Inge) ButterGeographic expertise: Chad, Egypt
Inge Butter is a cultural anthropologist who specializes in the Arabic language and Arab culture.
F. (Fatima) Diallo
Miss Fatima Diallo is a PhD student at the University of Gaston Berger of Saint Louis in Senegal where she did a master II degree on public Law.
A (André) van Dokkum Geographic expertise: Mozambique
P.H. (Peter) Justin
Peter Justin (born in Yei – Sudan), is a PhD candidate in the ‘Grounding Land Governance’ Programme.
A.H. (Agnieszka) Kazimierczuk
Agnieszka Helena Kazimierczuk (1984) is working on her PhD at the African Studies Centre in Leiden.
D. (Doreen) Kobusingye
Doreen Nancy Kobusingye is a Ph.D researcher under the ‘Grounding Land Governance’ Programme, based at the African Studies Centre in Leiden, the Netherlands.
A. (Angela) Kronenburg
Angela Kronenburg García (1978) studied Cultural Anthropology and Sociology of Non-Western Societies at the Leiden University, the Netherlands. She wrote a MA thesis on the relationships between Loita Maasai ritual practices and the Naimina Enkiyio forest
M.E. (Margot) LeegwaterGeographic expertise: Rwanda
Margot Leegwater is an anthropologist who started her PhD in January 2008. She examines land access in rural southeastern Rwanda in relation to land-tenure and ethnicity policies.
H. (Harrie) Leyten
Harrie Leyten studied theology and worked in Ghana for ten years as a missionary. After that he studied social anthropology at the University of Oxford.
S.A.A. (Serena) NasongoGeographic expertise: Kenya
Serena Adhiambo Adede Nasongo is a Ph.D. candidate in the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR) studies in University of Amsterdam.
H. (Henrietta ) NyamnjohGeographic expertise: Cameroon
Henrietta Nyamnjoh is a PhD student for the Mobile Africa project.
D. (Doreen) Setume
Senzokuhle Doreen Setume is a PhD. candidate of social anthropology with the African Studies Centre in Leiden. She is a lecturer of Religious Studies at Molepolole College of Education (affiliated to the University of Botswana) in Botswana.
R. (Rosine) Tchatchoua Djomo
Rosine Tchatchoua Djomo is a PhD student under the research project: Land governance reform in Central Africa.
E. (Evelyne) Tegomoh
Evelyne Tegomoh holds an MPhil in Visual Anthropology from the University of Tromsoe and has been lecturing at the department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Buea, Cameroon, since 2004.
M. (Martin) van VlietGeographic expertise: Mali
Martin van Vliet (1979) studied Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at the University of Leiden. He wrote a master thesis on the implementation of Mali's decentralization process from a cultural perspective.
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