Research & Writing

How capital operates is my central concern. Over the next several years my research will continue focusing on widening social inequality, structural injustice and the ramifications of these in the Global North and South respectfully. This is because I see practical, intellectual, and empirical value deriving from combining social theory and political economy methodologies to study the intersections of wealth and power in light of the post-war historical factors that have shaped them.

For more on the each project click on a cover or image.

Op-Eds and Essays

C. Wright Mills and Pragmatism

Profile in the LSE Review of Books

Higher Education in Peril

The Politics of Educational Assessment in South African Public Schooling, 1994-2010

How to Witness a True War Story, The Sociological Review