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Doctoral Research Fellow, Conflict, Violence, & Terrorism Research Centre, Royal Holloway University of London

Ezenwa Olumba is a scholar who researches and writes about how violence and culture influence people’s emotions, (im)mobility aspirations, and collective behaviour. He is a doctoral research fellow at the Conflict, Violence, and Terrorism Research Centre at Royal Holloway, University of London, and a lecturer at the School of Applied Social Sciences, University of Bedfordshire. He has published scholarly research papers in various peer-reviewed journals, including Culture & Psychology, Third World Quarterly, Small Wars & Insurgencies, Terrorism and Political Violence, and African Security Review. His seminal work on cognitive immobility, which Culture & Psychology published, is a cutting-edge knowledge contribution to psychology, migration, and social policy.

Feel free to email him your stories, thoughts, re-experiences, and ideas on cognitive immobility:


  • 2019–present
    PhD Candidate, Royal Holloway University of London
  • 2023–present
    Lecturer, University of Bedfordshire