Eric Morier-Genoud’s research interests are in the history of Africa, the Portuguese-speaking world, and Switzerland. He studies politics, war, conflict transformation, religion, and Christian missions.
He has published books on the civil war in Mozambique, nationalisms in Lusophone Africa, Imperial migration in the Portuguese world, and Swiss churches and Apartheid. He presently works on the diary of emperor Gungunhane's medical doctor (1891-1895).Find out more
I am open to PhD applications in the fields of…
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Name: Fergal O'Leary
Years of Study: 2010 to present (part-time)
Name: Andrei Vadimovitch Psarev
Years of Study: 2009 to present (part-time)
PhD Title: Missionary masculinity: Irish Protestants in Asia and Africa, c.1840-1905
Years of Study: 2013-2016
Catherine S. Jamieson
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