I joined the University of Westminster in September 2013. I hold a PhD in Politics and International Studies from the University of Leeds (ESRC-funded) and have taught in the Universities of Leeds and Manchester, the latter as a lecturer in International Political Economy.
Publications include a new book, Migration Beyond Capitalism (Polity 2021), and Migrants, Borders and Global Capitalism: West African labour mobility and EU borders (Routledge 2013). I have also published articles and chapters on the global remittances agenda, migration and labour mobility in West and Southern Africa, and the CFA franc under neoliberal monetary policy (forthcoming).
I am a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, with particular recognition for- commitment to widening participation in higher education, support of students in their academic journey, and providing the environment for students to tackle challenging questions in the curriculum.
I am module leader of 5PIRS011W Rethinking Development and a short course on Asia, Africa and Latin America: Change in the Global South.
I also teach:
4PIRS003W Dilemmas of International Development
5PIRS001W Nationalism and the State in the Global South
My research interests include: international labour regimes, migration and remittances, financialisation and development, monetary policy and democracy in West Africa with a labour focus.
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.