Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameFLINT, Lawrence Stuart
AffiliationVulnerability and Adaptation ENDA Tiers Monde, Dakar, Senegal
PositionVisiting Research Fellow
Arrival day2008-02-04
Leaving the office day2008-05-03
Year of Birth1953
Academic CareerUniversity of Birmingham, D.corse (2004)
University of Birmingham, M.corse (2000)
Geography and African Studies, University of Birmingham (1998)
Professional CareerResearch Coordinator and Programme Manager – Vulnerability and Adaptation - ENDA Tiers Monde, Programme Energie, Environnment, Developpement, Dakar, Senegal (2006)
contract (bought-in) lecturer,University of Birmingham, variety of courses in African Studies(2005)
Guest Lecturer, University of Copenhagen – Centre of African Studies(2005)
contract (bought-in) lecturer and Module Leader, University of Coventry(2002)
Higher DegreesPhD(University of Birmingham, 2004)
MPhil(University of Birmingham, 2000)
AwardsBradbury Prize for best PhD in School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham(2005)
Constance Nadel Medal for research excellence and best MPhil in the School of Historical Studies, University of Birmingham(2001)
Distinction for highest graded First Class Joint Honours degree in School of Humanities, University of Birmingham(1998)

 

Papers

【Original Articles】

Flint, Lawrence 2007 Cultural nationalism and state development in postcolonial Africa: flexible identities in Western Zambia 1964-present. Journal of Modern African Studies 45(4).

Flint, Lawrence 2006,12 Contradictions and challenges in representing the past: The Kuomboka festival of western Zambia . JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES 32(4):701-717.

Flint, Lawrence 2003 Secessionist tendencies in the lands of the Lozi: the construction of post-colonial citizenship and identity in Caprivi. International Journal of African Historical Studies 36(2):393-428.