Tom Barron was Gates Scholar who wrote his dissertation on ‘The soldier and the state in the Congo crisis: The unprofessional legacy of the national Congolese army’. He worked under the supervision of Devon Curtis and his research is published by African Security (Volume 6, Issue 2, 2013).
Stuart Barton wrote his dissertation under the supervision of on ‘A special place for China? How Zambia has used economic zones to attract new foreign investment’.
Max Battle wrote his dissertation on 'Performance and identity in Senegalese urban culture, 1930-1950'. He was supervised by Ruth Watson.
Jonathan Gersten wrote his dissertation on 'The presentation of the Griot in Mandé cinema: Zan Boko (Kaboré,1988), Keïta! L'Héritage du Griot (Kouyaté, 1994) and Bamako (Sissako, 2006)'. He was supervised by Chris Warnes.
John Lindsay wrote his dissertation on 'Domestic security implications of digital communication technologies in Kenya'. He was supervised by Sharath Srinivasan.
Jason Robinson wrote his dissertation on 'Spoilers and violence in South Africa's transition, 1990-1994' and was supervised by Devon Curtis. He recently published 'Fragments of the Past: Homeland Politics and the South African Transition 1990–2014' - in the Journal of Southern African Studies.
Rahul Sharma wrote his dissertation on 'Deconstructing representations of the Darfur crisis'. He was supervised by Sharath Srinivasan.
David Thompson wrote his dissertation on 'Education and nation-building in Tanzania, 1967-1985'. He was supervised by Megan Vaughan.
Kristine Albrektsen wrote her dissertation on 'Implications of livelihood and protection programming in Darfur's complex humanitarian emergency'. She was supervised by Sharath Srinivasan.
Arnold Chase wrote his dissertation on 'Swollen shoot virus and the Gold Coast cocoa trade, 1945 - 1957'. Hew was supervised by Megan Vaughan.
Kevin Beckford wrote his dissertation on 'Exploring the elements of East African hip hop culture'. Hew was supervised by Felicitas Becker.
Beatrice Bianchi wrote his dissertation on 'Contesting power: Analysis of the opposition political strategies in the Republic of Guinea (2006-2012)'. She was supervised by Devon Curtis.
Catherine Connor wrote his dissertation on 'Participant or bystander? Africa and the international climate negotiations'. She was supervised by Liz Watson.
Wing Lok Hung wrote his dissertation on 'Chinese in Twentieth-century East Africa: Patterns of economic activities in Uganda (1980-Present)'. Hew was supervised by Emma Hunter.
William Kalema wrote his dissertation on 'Juridical statehood and extraversion strategies in Sudan: The round table Conference of 1965 and its Aftermath'. Hew was supervised by Sharath Srinivasan.
Sarah Smart wrote his dissertation on 'The catholic church in Zimbabwe since 2000: A case-study of Kwekwe'. She was supervised by David Maxwell.
Sabrina Smith wrote his dissertation on ''A piece of Congo': Nationality, territory and legal pluralism in South Kivu'. She was supervised by Devon Curtis.
wrote his dissertation on 'Epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis and its treatment in colonial northern Ghana, 1900-1957' and was supervised by Ruth Watson.
Michaela Collord wrote her dissertation on 'Representation and parliamentary independence in contemporary Ugandan politics'. She was supervised by.
Clare Cullen wrote her dissertation on 'Zimbabwean citizenship and belonging in the context of Operation Murambatsvina, 2005 - 2013'. She was supervised by David Maxwell.
Andrew Ehrenkranz wrote his dissertation on 'Mobile communication technology and change amongst traditional healers in Dar Es Salaam'. He was supervised by Felicitas Becker.
Tonbara Ekiyor wrote her dissertation on 'Chiefs in Botswana and the formative years of an 'exceptional democracy', 1963-1969'. She was supervised by Ruth Watson.
Netta Kornberg wrote her dissertation on 'Namibian english-language women's literature, 1986-2001'. She was supervised by Chris Warnes.
Christopher McKeon wrote his dissertation on 'Modernity, identity, and land tenure debates in Kenya, 1953-1963'. He was supervised by.
James Streather wrote his dissertation on 'Islam in political conflict in Uganda: The role of Nuhu Mbogo and the Sudanese mutiny, 1890-1899'. He was supervised by Felicitas Becker.
Grace Annan-Callcott wrote her dissertation on 'Urban life in post-colonial Nairobi and the socio-economic roots of the 2007 election violence'. She was supervised by .
Alexander Goring wrote his dissertation on 'An intellectual history of the 1974 sixth Pan-African Congress and its contribution to pan-africanism'. He was supervised by .
Patrick Hoffmann wrote his dissertation on 'Envisioning the city: the political culture of urban governance and planning for Dar es Salaam's informal settlements'. He was supervised by Tatiana Thieme.
Partha Moman wrote his dissertation on 'This man does not know the meaning of peace': popular contestations of peace and legitimate violence in contemporary Gulu district in northern Uganda'. He was supervised by Sharath Srinivasan.
Sipke Shaughnessy wrote his dissertation on 'Restoring the Bushman: traditional knowledge and the contestation of memory, identity and community among the ‡Khomani San, South Africa'. He was supervised by Harri Englund.