Zachary Mondesire Joins Pardee School Faculty

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Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies is pleased to welcome Zachary Mondesire, Assistant Professor of International Relations, as a new member of the faculty. 

Headshot of Pardee School Assistant Professor of International Relations Zachary MondesireMondesire’s research focuses on the intersection of race, gender, and religion in Africa as well as the institutional legacy of Pan-Africanism. His teaching addresses global ideas about social, economic, and political justice. 

“I look forward to discussions with students and colleagues and to contributing to the broader Boston University community,” says Mondesire. “This term I’ll teach a new course titled ‘The Ballot or the Bullet: The Global Struggle for Justice.’ The course explores the vision, limits, and strategies of emancipatory projects as they take shape globally.”

Professor Mondesire is a socio-cultural anthropologist whose work focuses on how transnational geopolitics become elements of everyday life. His regional interests span Africa and the Middle East where he has both lived and conducted extensive fieldwork – in Egypt, South Sudan, Sudan, Kenya, and Tanzania.

Learn more about Professor Mondesire on his Pardee School faculty profile.