I’m interested in sub-saharan Africa, interpreting studies, development studies, and migration. To explore questions at the intersection of these three fields I rely on qualitative methods, such as ethnographic field research and in-depth interviews.
This blog is a space for me to write about current developments in my field, experiment with ideas that might not (yet) be suitable for academic publication and contribute to current debates around translation, multilingual/intercultural communication, North-South cooperation, research methods and academia.
List of publications: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4212-408X
Post-doctoral researcher, Global Studies Institute, University of Geneva (CH) (on scientific leave until July 2018)
Research Associate, Department of Linguistics and Language Practice, University of the Free State (South Africa)
Visiting post-doctoral researcher, Department of Modern Languages and European Studies, University of Reading (UK) (February 2017-July 2018)
Visiting post-doctoral researcher, Department of Linguistics and Language Practice, University of the Free State (South Africa) (February 2017-July 2018)