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Ph.D., Political Science, Michigan State University
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Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Methods
Continuing Professional Affiliations
Technology Development Trust, Harare, Zimbabwe (network of smallholder farmers).
- Community Alliance for Global Justice,
Seattle, WA. Public education to offer
alternatives to industrial agriculture and privatization of seeds, fostered by
AGRA (Alliance for a Green Revolution for Africa) of the Bill and Melinda Gates
of Concerned Africa Scholars, USA