Dr Daniel Mulugeta
Daniel Mulugeta is a Lecturer in International Politics of Africa at SOAS and a UKRI Future Leaders Fellow. His current project is 'Pan-African frontiers and identities: the remaking of Africa in world politics'.
Daniel was a Lecturer in African Studies and Anthropology, University of Birmingham (2021-2022) and before that a Postdoctoral Researcher on the ASA project (2018-2021).
He was awarded a PhD in Politics from the University of Sheffield in January 2018 and holds MPhil and Masters degrees in Sociology from the University of Delhi, India and a BA in Sociology from Gondar University, Ethiopia.
For his work on the ASA project, Daniel looks at the connections between architecture and regional and Pan-African politics. He uses architecture as a prism for understanding the complexity of different styles of regional identity, politics and geographic imaginations in contemporary Africa.
See Daniel's articles here.