Dr. Amber Murrey

Dr. Amber Murrey

Dr. Amber Murrey researches and writes on transformations of life and place amid structural, development, and colonial violence(s). Her research on oil politics and resistance in Central Africa as well as her collaborative work on the pan-African politics and legacies of Thomas Sankara is shaped by a decolonial impetus and conviction that scholarship be active, attentive, accessible, and decolonized. She has a PhD from the University of Oxford and a MA from Syracuse University.

Recent Articles

Remembering Thomas Sankara on the 30th Anniversary of his Assassination

Recognizing the ongoing importance of a "politics …

Oct 15th
Decolonizing Academic Praxis with “Words that Remake Life”

A collective of transdisciplinary and interdiscipl…

May 26th
Decolonizing Publication

Projects to decolonize knowledge challenge hierarc…

Nov 6th
Writing Revolution—The Autobiography of Stokely Carmichael

Ture writes, “the formative presences for me in th…

Aug 5th