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MA Kinyera Paddy Banya

Fakultät für Biologie, Chemie und Geowissenschaften
Politische Geographie


Biography

2015
Doktorand bei BIGSAS
Doktorand bei BIGSAS
2014
Master in Afrikastudien im Rahmen des interdisziplinären Programms ‘Culture and Environment, Africa’ des Cologne African Study Centre der Universität Köln, Thema der Studie "the interaction between oil exploration and social economy of smallholding in the Albertine Graben (Ressourcenanthropologie).
Master in Afrikastudien im Rahmen des interdisziplinären Programms ‘Culture and Environment, Africa’ des Cologne African Study Centre der Universität Köln, Thema der Studie "the interaction between oil exploration and social economy of smallholding in the Albertine Graben (Ressourcenanthropologie).
2010 
Bachelor in Sprache und Literatur an der Makerere University, in Uganda
Bachelor in Sprache und Literatur an der Makerere University, in Uganda

Dissertationsprojekt
 

"Politics of Oil in Uganda: Assessment of Multi-stakeholder Practices in Resource-Governance".

Despite the rampant Afro-pessimism with extractive resources, Uganda is poised to join Africa’s leading players in the oil industry. The project is based on the unfolding events in the development of the country’s oil sector, and what implications these events are likely to have on multi-scalar resource politics. With the central question: how are the preparations towards oil exploitation shaping multi-stakeholder practices in Uganda, and what implications do these practices have to future conduct of governance at regional, national and subnational levels? The study is theoretically embedded in Foucault’s philosophy of governmentality and its peculiar ways of conceptualizing government, power, territory, space and the state. It explores the structuring, institutionalisation and functionalisation of oil into Uganda’s political economy; and how the interactions therein inform the resource vis-à-vis politics debate; contributing to the corpus of governmentality studies, with focus on the prevailing and unfolding mentalities of resource-governance in the country.


Biography Field experience

a) Related to PhD

Worked as a Project Consultant in a donor funded Oil Project with an International Non-governmental organization

Designed a research protocol for identification, documentation and response modalities for oil sector conflicts in the Albertine Graben

Engaged in Multilevel dialogues on the progress challenges to the oil and gas sector; policy lessons and way forward.

b) Others

Taught at various Universities in Uganda: was a part-time Assistant Lecturer at Uganda Martyrs University and Gulu University

Research Assistant with ‘Cluster of Excellence – Politics and Religion focusing on the LRA in Northern Uganda, a project of the Institute for Ethnology, University of Münster


Präsentationen und Lehre
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  • Afrikanische politische Ökonomie
  • Ressourcenkonflikte
  • Entwicklungspolitik und Governance
  • Bevölkerung und Mobilität
  • Sozialgeographie
MA Kinyera Paddy Banya

Fakultät für Biologie, Chemie und Geowissenschaften
Politische Geographie


Forschungsinteressen

  • Perspektiven, Politik und Erdölentwicklung in Uganda
MA Kinyera Paddy Banya

Fakultät für Biologie, Chemie und Geowissenschaften
Politische Geographie


Publikationen

2019

Kinyera, Paddy Banya; Doevenspeck, Martin
Imagined futures, mobility and the making of oil conflicts in Uganda
In: Journal of Eastern African Studies (2019)
doi:10.1080/17531055.2019.1579432 ...

Kinyera, Paddy Banya
Land, oil and expressions of citizenship in Uganda’s Albertine graben
In: The Extractive Industries and Society Bd. 6 (2019) Heft 1. - S. 110-119
doi:10.1016/j.exis.2018.10.018 ...

MA Kinyera Paddy Banya

Fakultät für Biologie, Chemie und Geowissenschaften
Politische Geographie


MA Kinyera Paddy Banya

Baracke 2, Raum 17

Telefon: +49 (0)921 / 55-2181
E-Mail: banya-paddy.kinyera@uni-bayreuth.de

Verantwortlich für die Redaktion: Univ.Prof.Dr. Martin Doevenspeck

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