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Knowledge co-production at the margins: Lessons from transdisciplinary research and practice in Africa

18 June 2024 at 3:55:00 am

UWA Main theatre

K02 Keynote

30 min


Temilade Sesan is a sociologist with over 10 years’ research and consulting experience in international development. Her research examines the socioeconomic dimensions of the food-energy-waste nexus, especially as they intersect with issues of the environment, gender, health and urban planning in Africa. A key focus of her work is highlighting the social and cultural upheavals that often accompany seemingly benign processes of technological and economic advancement in the region. More broadly, her work contributes to the discourse on decolonising knowledge production and science communication for inclusive development in the global south. She teaches and supervises postgraduate students at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.


Dr Temilade Sesan

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