Densua Mumford is Assistant Professor of International Relations. Her current research explores the institutional design of international organisations in the Global South and the foreign policy interests of African states.
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Densua Mumford is Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs. She completed her DPhil in International Relations at the University of Oxford. Prior to this, she gained a BA in Politics at the University of Nottingham and a MA in International Relations, which was jointly awarded by the University of Bremen and Jacobs University Bremen. Her current research explores the institutional design of international organisations in the Global South and the foreign policy interests of African states. Her fieldwork has taken her to many corners of the African continent, especially to the headquarters of various regional organisations such as the AU, ECOWAS, SADC, and the EAC. More broadly, her scholarly interests fall within the subdisciplines of comparative regionalism, Global IR, theories of institutional design and change, and theories of international relations.
- Comparative Regionalism
- African International Relations
- International Organisations
- Theories of Institutional Design
- International Relations Theory
- Global Challenges: Peace and Justice
- Foundational Texts in World Politics
- Introduction to International Relations & Diplomacy
- Introduction to Globalisation & Transnational Politics
- International & Regional Organisations