Dr Moses Khisa
Assistant Professor of Political Science in the School of Public and International Affairs at North Carolina State University with a joint appointment in Africana Studies. Also, a research associate with the Centre for Basic Research in Kampala and Interim Secretary of Society for Justice and National Unity, a think-tank based in Kampala. In addition, I write a weekly opinion column for Daily Monitor, Kampala (www.monitor.co.ug).
Teaching and Research Interests
Comparative Politics and International Political Economy with a focus on Africa.
Political settlements and the politics of revenue state capacity in Africa.
The changing nature of civil-military relations in Africa.
The politics of institutional transformation in Africa.
- Whose Africa is Rising, in Review of African Political Economy (June 2019).
Shrinking Democratic Space? Crisis of Consensus and Contentious Politics in Uganda, in Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics (June 2019).
- Politics of Exclusion and Institutional Transformation in Ethiopia, in Third World Quarterly (Feb 2019).
- PhD in Political Science from Northwestern University, 2016
- MA in Political Science from Northwestern University, 2013
- Pre-Doc/MPhil in Social Sciences from Centre for Studies in Social Sciences Calcutta, India, 2009
- MA in Human Rights from Makerere University, Kampala, 2007
- BA in Social Sciences (Political Science major) from Makerere University, Kampala, 2005