Patience Mususa is an environmental anthropologist specialising on mining and human settlement: Zambian Copperbelt, copper mining towns, planning and urbanization, and community welfare; working at the intersections of research, policy and practice.
- Member, Editorial Board, Urban Forum External link, opens in new window.
- Co-convenor, AEGIS Collaborative Research Group African Urban Dynamics External link, opens in new window.
- Member, Institute of Humanities in Africa Policy Working Group External link, opens in new window., University of Cape Town, South Africa
Patience Musasa has an academic background in architecture, development practice and anthropology and work at the intersections of research, policy and practice.
- PhD, Social Anthropology, University of Cape Town 2014
- MSc, Material Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford 2004
- MSc, Development Practice, Oxford Brookes University 2001
- BA, Architecture, Copperbelt University 1999