Joeva Rock is an assistant professor in the Department of Politics and International Studies and a fellow of Murray Edwards College at the University of Cambridge. An anthropologist by training, she uses ethnographic methods to study the interplay of food, politics, and development.
Assistant Professor in Development Studies, University of Cambridge
American University, PhD, Anthropology
We are not starving: the Struggle for Food Sovereignty in Ghana, Michigan State University Press
The Complex Choreography of Agricultural Biotechnology in Africa, African Affairs
We are not starving: Challenging Genetically Modified Seeds and Development in Ghana, Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment