Larissa Kojoué

Larissa Kojoué holds a PhD in Political Science from the Political Studies Institute of Bordeaux. A former independent visiting research fellow at the African Studies Centre, she currently resides in Yaoundé-Cameroon where she is an associate researcher at Fondation Paul Ango Ela de géopolitique en Afrique Centrale (FPAE). After her PhD, she completed a first doctoral project at the University of Montréal in Canada, and a second postdoctoral research supported by Sidaction Paris. As a political scientist, her researches focus on global health policies specially HIV/AIDS, state transformations in Cameroon, citizenship and social movements. Larissa is also interested in higher education development in Africa and coordinated a collective book about African PhD students and their experiences: Tu seras Docteur.e mon enfant!

At the ASCL, Larissa will be collaborating with prof Mirjam De Brujin and Dr Sabine Luning to carry out a book project on her last postdoctoral research on Digital practices and Sexuality in Cameroon.

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Dr. L. (Larissa) Kojoue
Former visiting fellow