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Rift Valley Institute

Making local knowledge work

Guma Kunda Komey is an associate professor of Human Geography, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, and senior lecturer at the Centre for Peace and Development, the University of Bahri, Khartoum, Sudan. He has published extensively on the questions of land, governance and identity politics in Sudan with focus on the war-torn region of the Nuba Mountains. His publication includes, among others, Land, Governance, Conflict and the Nuba of Sudan (2011), and ‘The Nuba Plight: An Account of People Facing Perpetual Violence and Institutionalized Insecurity’ in Conflict in the Nuba Mountains From Genocide-by-Attrition to the Contemporary Crisis in Sudan (2014).