Panel Discussion: South Sudan in Context
Panelist/Discussants: Elsadig Elsheikh, Researcher and Project Manager of global justice program, Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society; Joshua Craze, Phd Candidate, Anthropology
Elsadig Elsheikh is a researcher and project director of the global justice program at the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, where his research focus on the themes and social-dynamics related to structural racialization/racism; colonial and postcolonial politics; human and Indigenous peoples’ rights; political ecology; state and citizenship; and social movements.
Prior joining the Haas Institute, Elsadig directed the global justice program of the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at the Ohio State University, where he also served as an associate editor of the Institute’s journal Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary in Global Contexts.
Joshua Craze is the author of Dividing Lines: Grazing and Conflict along the Sudan-South Sudan Border, and Creating Facts on the Ground: Conflict Dynamics in Abyei. He has worked as a researcher investigating politics in the Sudans since 2007, and is currently completing a Ph.D. in Anthropology at Berkeley. He is reporting on the ongoing conflict in South Sudan for Small Arms Survey, and recently published an article on the conflict in Unity State, South Sudan.