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Michael Kehinde, Ph.D.

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Michael Kehinde, Ph.D.

Politics

Durham University, UK, 2010

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Michael Kehinde has degrees from University of Ibadan, Nigeria and Durham University in the United Kingdom. He completed a Ph.D. in Politics at Durham University researching the implications of colonial boundaries in West Africa as a fellow of SEPHIS. Dr. Kehinde taught political science at Lagos State University in Nigeria and African politics at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom. He is an alumnus of the Global South Workshop of the Graduate Institute of International Affairs, Geneva, Switzerland as well as a graduate fellow of the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, India.  His research and teaching interests include African politics and development, borderland studies and migration. He was supported by the African Peacebuilding Network, Social Science Research Council, New York to conduct a primary research on post-conflict peacebuilding in the Bakassi region (Nigeria and Cameroon).  Recent publications include Democratic Governance and Political Participation in Nigeria 1999-2014, Denver, CO, Spears Media Press, 2016; "Trans-Saharan Slave Trade", Encyclopedia of Migration, 2013 pp. 1-4.  Dr. Kehinde is currently a Cabinet Policy Resident at the Ontario Cabinet Office in Toronto, Canada.