Tamara Kerzhner

PhD Candidate
City & Regional Planning

James Bartolome

Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Charisma Acey

Associate Professor
City and Regional Planning

Dan Fahey

Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Fellowship: Rocca Dissertation Research
Fellowship Year(s): 2010
Project/Theme Title: War in DR Congo, 1996-2008

Fellowship: Rocca Dissertation Research
Fellowship Year(s): 2008
Project/Theme Title: Post-Conflict Development in Uganda, 1986-2006

Fellowship: Rocca Pre-dissertation Research
Fellowship Year(s): 2005
Project/Theme Title: Environmental Protection and Post-Conflict Development in the Great Lakes...

Lei Meng

Center for African Studies

Dr. Meng received his PhD from the College of Humanities and Development Studies (COHD) and the Research Center for International Development in China Agriculture University (CAU). During his time as a Visiting Scholar, he studied China and International Development, as well as Public Administration. Dr. Meng's research themes included: China’s Cultural Flows Through Sino-Africa Cooperation, China’s Investment and Aid to Africa; The Micro-Interactions Among China’s Private Enterprises overseas, the Politics of China and Neoliberalism.

Anneeth Kaur Hundle

Center for African Studies

Dr. Anneeth Kaur Hundle is the Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Associated Faculty with the Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Program at the University of California, Merced. Prior to her arrival at UC Merced, she was a Research Associate at the Makerere Institute of Social Research at Makerere University in Uganda from 2013-2015. She completed her Ph.D. in anthropology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 2013.

While a Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley’s Center for African Studies, Dr. Hundle completed her book manuscript, “Unsettling Citizenship: African Asian...

Larry Hyman

Linguistics: Phonology; Tonal Geometry; Bantu Languages; Comparative Bantu On-Line Dictionary (CBOLD)

Judith Geist

Judy Geist, a long time associate and friend of the Center for African Studies at UC Berkeley died in her home in Oakland, California on September 25, 2002 after a long and valiant battle against breast cancer. In life, Judy was a caring and compassionate woman. Judy's passions were split between her professional career researching political and economic systems of East Africa, and her love of the San Francisco Bay area. Judy was born in Chicago. Early on she excelled academically. She was a National Merit Scholar, and her high school class valedictorian. Judy earned her undergraduate...