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Professor Stacey Hynd

Professor of African and Global History, University of Exeter, United Kingdom



Stacey Hynd completed her History D.Phil. as an AHRC/Beit Research Scholar at the University of Oxford, and lectured in African and World History at the University of Cambridge, before moving to the University of Exeter. She is Professor of African and Global History at Exeter, and the Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Science Director of Postgraduate Research. She is Principal Investigator in the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council grant 'Children of War: Evolving Local and Global Understandings of Child Soldiering in African Conflicts, c.1940-2000’ (AH/X00399X/1). She has also published on murder, capital punishment, criminal justice, domestic violence, juvenile delinquency, and forced labour in colonial history, focusing primarily on Ghana, Kenya and Malawi.



Child soldiering; children and youth in armed conflict; child and youth violence; juvenile delinquency
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