Harrison Esam Awuh

Dr Harrison Esam Awuh is a guest postdoctoral researcher at the African Studies Centre Leiden. He is working on inclusive development and ecological sustainability. He is also a researcher in healthy and sustainable food practices at the Aeres University of Applied Sciences, Almere.

Dr Awuh holds a Bachelor of Science (honours) degree in Human Geography. He also holds a Master's degree in Natural Resources Management. Dr Harrison Esam Awuh was awarded a second Master's degree in Human Geography at Victoria University Wellington (New Zealand). After New Zealand, Dr Harrison Esam Awuh moved to Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven, Belgium) where he was awarded a PhD in Human Geography – specialized in political ecology and biodiversity conservation. Prior to joining the African Studies Centre Leiden, Dr Harrison Esam Awuh taught political ecology to Master's students at KU Leuven.

Keywords: nature conservation (protected areas), inequalities, marginalization and exclusion, Cameroon