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Dr. Daniel Branch

Lecturer in History, University of Exeter


DPhil (Oxon), MA (London), BA (Sussex)
Lecturer in History, University of Exeter
Formerly: Postdoctoral Associate, Programme on Order, Conflict and Violence, Yale University
Areas: History
Research: Devolved violence, British Decolonisation and the War in Iraq
Regions: Asia and Africa
Publications: 'The Politics of Control in Kenya: Understanding the Bureaucratic-Executive State, 1954-73', IN: Review of African Political Economy [with Nic Cheeseman]; 'A Very British Massacre' in: History Today; 'Imprisonment and Colonialism in Kenya, c.1930-52: Escaping the Carceral Archipelago', IN: international Journal of African Historical Studies; 'Using Opinion Polls to evaluate Kenyan Politics, March 2004-January 2005', IN: African Affairs

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Terry Garde - Kenya Fieldwork Diary

Jeremiah Johnston (OCMS Alumnus)

Flora and the OCMS family

Usha Reifsnider

Interfaith and International Vigil for Peace

Worku Mohammed

Anonymous Student - This student wishes to remain anonymous due to the sensitive situation he currently works in

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