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Dr Njogu Morgan
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  • Lecturer in Global Urbanism
  • UCL Urban Laboratory
  • Faculty of the Built Environment
I have a BA in Political Science and International Studies from Northwestern University (Chicago) and PhD in Town and Regional Planning from the University of the Witwatersrand.
Research Summary
My research focuses on the political, spatial and social-cultural aspects of urban sustainability transitions from a long term perspective. I approach this work from an interdisciplinary lens drawing on insights from the sustainability transitions literature, the mobilities field, urban studies and science and technology studies. Empirically, I analyze urban mobility practices with a special focus on commuting by bicycle. I am the principal convenor of the research network, African Urban Mobilities: Past, Present and Future (AUM). The AUM brings together researchers from a range of disciplinary perceptiveness to examine contemporary urban mobility phenomenon on the African continent in the context of longer historical processes.
01-JAN-2019 – 25-SEP-2025 Postdoctoral Research Fellow Spatial Analysis and City Planning & Wits History Workshop University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
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