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Judith Krauss is a lecturer in the Department of Politics at the University of York teaching on the BA in Global Development, and is part of York's Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre (IGDC). Her post-doctoral research at the University of Sheffield’s Institute for Global Sustainable Development (IGSD, 2019-2022) entailed work on convivial conservation, i.e. promoting justice, (bio)diversity and coexistence in conservation, livelihoods and value chains in Mozambique during Covid, and decolonial and justice-focused analysis particularly of the Sustainable Development Goals. She is associate editor of the Journal of Political Ecology.
Judith’s prior PhD research (Global Development Institute, University of Manchester, 2013-2016) focused on the intersection of ecological, socio-economic and commercial priorities in cocoa sustainability initiatives in Latin America, conceptualised through Global Production Networks. She also helped build up the Brooks Doctoral College and worked as a lecturer in Environment, Climate Change and Development/Pedagogies of Development at GDI (2016-18). Before her PhD, Judith worked in civil-society, public-sector and private-sector organisations in Europe and North Africa, including German development cooperation, World Bank, IIED and the German Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Dr Judith Krauss
Department of Politics
University of York
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