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Presented By: Department for Afroamerican and African Studies

DAAS Africa Workshop: “Why Should a Married Man Fetch Water? Household Water Insecurity, Masculinities, and Embodiment in Africa's Slums and Informal Settlements”

With Ellis Adjei Adams, Assistant Professor of Geography and Environmental Policy University of Notre Dame

Prior to arriving at Notre Dame, Adams was an assistant professor of global studies and geosciences at Georgia State University. He earned a PhD in geography, environment, and spatial sciences from Michigan State University, an MS in environmental policy from Michigan Tech University, and a BS in natural resources management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana.
Environmental policy; water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH); water policy and governance; gender, water, and development; cities; political ecology; sub-Saharan Africa

At the Keough School
Ellis Adjei Adams is an assistant professor of geography and environmental policy in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.

Environmental Policy (elective for master of global affairs)
Global Water Policy and Governance (elective for master of global affairs)
Climate Change & Environmental Policy (elective for master of global affairs)
Global Environmental Issues & Policy (elective for undergraduate major in global affairs)

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