Daniel E. Agbiboa comes to Mason from the University of Pennsylvania where he was a Perry World House Postdoctoral Fellow. He holds degrees from Oxford University (Ph.D.), Cambridge University (M.Phil.), and the University of KwaZulu-Natal (MA). Daniel is the author of over 50 scholarly articles in the field of terrorism, political violence, and urban resilience, with a regional focus on sub-Saharan Africa.
PhD, International Development, Oxford University (2016)
MPhil, Development Studies, Cambridge University (2012)
MA, International Relations, University of KwaZulu-Natal (2010)
B.Soc.SC.Hons., Government, Business, and Ethics, University of KwaZulu-Natal (2010)
BA, Philosophy, St. Joseph’s Theological Institute (2009)
Global Centre for Pluralism, The Agha-Khan Foundation, Research Grant on Pluralism and Horizontal Inequality in Nigeria, 2015-2016 (CAD$ 3,500)
Partnership for African Social and Governance Research, Commissioned Research Grant on Political Settlement Analysis of Employment Creation in Agro-Industries in Nigeria (with F. Aremu, P. Vandi and S. Jijji), 2015-2016 (US$40,000)
Columbia University, International Association for Conflict Management (IACM), Research Grant on Terrorism and Political Violence in Nigeria, 2014 ($2,000)
University of Oxford, Department of International Development (ODID) and St. Antony’s College STAR Grant, doctoral fieldwork in Lagos, Nigeria, 2014 (£1000)
Transparency International’s Defense and Security Program (TI-DSP), Research Grant for contribution towards the 2015 Governance Defense Anti-Corruption Index (Zambia, Cape Verde, Togo, and Burkina Faso) (£5,000).
Cecil Renaud Overseas Research Award, University of Cambridge, 2011-2012 (£32,000). Archbishop Denis Hurley Research Award, 2010-11 (ZAR, 15,000)