Bikrum Singh Gill
- Global Political Economy
- Political Ecology
- Decolonial Theory
- Critical Race Theory
- PhD, York University
- MA, York University
- B.A., University of Victoria
Awards and Honors:
Honorable Mention, 2016 Ashby Prize for most innovative paper in the journal Environment and Planning 'A'
York University Dissertation Award Nomination (2016-2017)
Gill, Bikrum. ‘A Decolonial World-Ecological Analysis of the Land Grab: Gambella, the River, and the fall of Karuturi’ In Recentering Africa in International Relations: Beyond Lack, Peripherality, and Failure, edited by Zubairu Wai and Marta Iñiguez de Heredia. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
Gill, Bikrum. ‘Can the river speak? Epistemological confrontation in the rise and fall of the land grab in Gambella, Ethiopia,’Environment and Planning A, 48(4), 2016: 699–717
Co-investigator, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Partnership Development Grant (2019-2022)
Project title: Four Stories about Food Sovereignty