The research studies humanitarian decision-making processes in South Sudan in the first three years after independence. It focusses on the ways aid agencies define implementation methods in relation to escalation of violent conflict and the effects of these choices for service delivery and the dynamics of governance and conflict.
The protracted refugee camp and the consolidation of a ‘humanitarian urbanism’International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (2016). - ISSN 0309-1317
Humanitarian Space as Arena: A Perspective on the Everyday Politics of AidDevelopment and Change 41 (2010)6. - ISSN 0012-155X - p. 1117 - 1139.
Constructing rights and wrongs in humanitarian action: contributions from a sociology of praxisSociology : the Journal of the British Sociological Association 46 (2012)5. - ISSN 0038-0385 - p. 891 - 905.
Between vulnerability and assertiveness: negotiating resettlement in Kakuma refugee camp, KenyaAfrican Affairs 107 (2008)429. - ISSN 0001-9909 - p. 569 - 587.