James Bartolome

Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Elizabeth Burns Dyer

Center for African Studies

Dr. Dyer specializes in African history, performing arts and theater history. She received her PhD in History from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017. During her research on the political history of theater in Kenya, she collaborated with a number of Kenyan playwrights and theater groups. Her work offers new insights into the role of theatrical productions as political critique.

Sahara Farah Abdi

Fellowship Recipient, Alumna

Situated Brainstorming: Field Site Scoping in East Africa

February 22, 2017

Christine Wilkinson with an eagle

This past summer, I was able to use the generous support of a Rocca Pre-Dissertation Fellowship in order to explore potential field sites, network with communities and wildlife managers, and...

Vivian Omondi

Information Management and Systems

Elly Wanyonyi

City and Regional Planning

Idris Mukhtar

Graduate School of Journalism