- B.A. (Hons.),
- Ph.D. in progress, University of Toronto
Khalid Elagab Ahmed
Khalid is a senior doctoral candidate (ABD) in the Department of Political Science and a lecturer in the African Studies program, University of Toronto. In addition, he is the Secretary General of the Sudanese Canadian Human Rights Organization in Toronto and the Chair of the board of directors at Warden Woods Community Centre. He teaches a diverse range of courses including POL447: Political Economy of Development. NEW452: Negotiating Peace in Africa, NEW359: Humanitarianism Industry in Africa, NEW353: The International Relations of Africa, and NEW250: Africa in the 21st Century.
Khalid’s current and future teaching and research interests include the constitutive role of the subaltern within the international political economy; the ideology and methodology of “Knowledge”, Post-colonialism, global/international political economy, imperialism, globalization, the politics of development, hegemony; peace negotiations, mediation, the political economy of peacebuilding; theory of the state; policy implementation, Middle Eastern politics; and African politics.