Eunice N. Sahle

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Eunice N. Sahle "was educated at the Universities of Toronto (B.A hons., M.A) and Queen’s (PhD) in Canada. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she teaches in the Department of African and Afro-American Studies and in the Curriculum in International Studies. Her current research involves studies on neo-liberal economic globalization, state formation, democratization debates, and Diaspora identity formation and politics in Canada. Her recent publication is in the current issue of Studies in Political Economy, no. 77 and she is completing a book titled Globalization and state formation in Malawi." [1]

Recent publications and forthcoming

  • World Orders, State Formation and Politics of Development (forthcoming)
  • Co-editor with Patrick Bond, Social Movements and Collection Action in Africa: Development, Democracy and Environmental Justice (forthcoming)

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Related Sourcewatch articles


  1. Mapping Difference, 2006 Conference, accessed April 17, 2008.