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Timothy Raeymaekers

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of History and Cultures

Academic discipline: M-GGR/02 Economic and Political Geography

Short Bio

My scholarship focuses on commodity frontiers, in particular with regards to mineral and agricultural markets in Central Africa and the Mediterranean. In my research I seek to raise questions about the power relations that underpin contemporary supply chain capitalism, with particular attention to the work of territorial boundaries and the politics of differentiating value in goods and labour. Recent publications include a collective volume on the Black Mediterranean (with PalgraveMacMillan), an edited collection on Italian agri-food work (with SEB27), and a monograph on migrant farmwork in agriculture (The Natural Border: Bounding Migrant Farmwork in the Black Mediterranean: Cornell University Press).


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