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African rock art

Some of my articles from my time as communications co-ordinator for the Trust for African Rock Art in Nairobi (Click on title to read full article) African rock art stamps: square inches of heritage “Despite their small size, stamps have a more concentrated ideological density per square centimetre than any other cultural form” David Scott…

Neighbourhood improvement in Mexico City

(polis) Neighbourhood Improvement in Mexico City – the Programa Mejoramiento Barrial (Read the article)

Decolonising in practice

(Brainstorm) Decolonising in Practice: Reviving Knowledge and Traditions in the 21st Century (Read the article)

Homo naledi and open access

(Trust for African Rock Art) Homo naledi and reflections on Open Access in a still-closed world (Read the article)

Alternative class notes: a year later, on being ‘back’

(Wellesley Underground) Alternative Class Notes: A Year Later: On Being ‘Back’ by Wangũi Kamonji ‘13 (Read the article)

What’s the best waste bin? Part II

I was fascinated by the design of waste bins and how that affects what we do with our waste. So I asked and watched in 5 cities around the world: Trash Fantastic: Communication, design and sustainable waste management (Read the article)

What’s the best waste bin? Part I

I was fascinated by the design of waste bins and how that affects what we do with our waste. So I asked and watched in 5 cities around the world: Trash Fantastic: Learning from cities across the globe to create the best trash can (Read the article)

Bartering in São Paulo

Bartering and sustainable cities: shaping a different value system in São Paulo (Read the article)

Transition Brazil

guest blogging: Transition Brasilandia

I started blogging while interning with and getting to know the Transition movement in Brasilandia, Sao Paulo, Brazil. These are the posts I wrote for their blog documenting the things I was doing, learning and thinking about: O que é velho vira novo | Fazendo bolsas com as Brasilianas  A forma da terra quando ainda…

Perspectives from Wellesley alumnae

Perspectives from Wellesley alumnae, a series profiling young African alumnae and students at Wellesley College: Wangũi Kamonji (Read the article)

Wellesley students making a difference in the world

Mastercard Foundation Scholars Programme at Wellesley: How Wellesley students are making a difference in the world #19 (Read feature, Pg 11)

Wellesley 100: Mamaland

Wellesley 100: a constantly evolving list of 100 marvellous things about Wellesley. #80: Mamaland (Watch the video)

 

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