Losophone Research Specialist/Adjunct Professor in African Studies, Carleton University

David Matsinhe holds a PhD in political sociology from the University of Alberta where he was Canada Graduate Scholar. David is Southern Africa Lusophone research specialist at Amnesty International, and adjunct professor of African studies at Carleton University. Prior to Amnesty International, he was senior lecturer of social innovation and development studies at the University of Johannesburg, World Bank senior adviser on change management in the Ministry of Education in Mozambique, and social innovation analyst for the Federal Government of Canada. David is the author of the book Apartheid Vertigo: The Rise in Discrimination against Africans in South Africa (Ashgate Publishers, 2011), "Africa's Fear of Itself: The Ideology of Makwerekwere in South Africa" (Third World Quarterly, 2011), among others.

Experience

  • –present
    Losophone Research Specialist/Adjunct Professor in African Studies, Amnesty International/Carleton University

Education

  • 2009 
    University of Alberta, PhD Political Sociology