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School of Politics and International Relations

Felix Mantz


Research Topic: Indigenous Politics, Coloniality and Land Conflicts in East Africa

Supervisors: Dr Clive Gabay and Prof Sophie Harman

Research Interests:    Coloniality/Decoloniality; Anti-Systemic Resistance; Anti-Colonialism; Africa; Global South; Indigenous Politics; Global Crises; Intersectionality; Anthropocene; Political Ecology; Political Economy

Education/Professional Qualifications:

  • MRes International Relations (Queen Mary University of London)
  • MA International Political Economy (King’s College London)
  • BA Critical Global Studies (Westminster College of Salt Lake City)

Work Experience

  • Teaching Assistant at Queen Mary University of London; School of Politics and International Relations
  • Research & Teaching Assistant at Westminster College; Department of Political, Justice & Global Studies


(2019) The Global Mobile Labour Force in the Modern/Colonial World-System: Analysing Migrant Integration in Germany, Journal of International Relations and Development.

“Decolonizing the IPE syllabus: Eurocentrism and the coloniality of knowledge in International Political Economy” (2019), Review of International Political Economy, DOI: 10.1080/09692290.2019.1647870


J. Ann Tickner Prize for Best Master’s Dissertation in International Relations (2019)

Draper’s Company Prize for Outstanding Achievement in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (2019)

Social media: @FelixMantz


  • 1+3 ESRC LISS DTP Studentship (2018-2022)
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