Harriet Aldrich

Harriet Aldrich


Harriet is an AHRC-funded PhD student at the University of Oxford. She has studied at Durham and Cambridge universities, and her work focuses on modern African history in a global context.

Harriet was the 2017 winner of the Hodson Prize award with her work on ‘The Commonwealth, Apartheid, and the role of Micro-states’, The Round Table (2018), 107/3, pp 341-6 (Read the abstract).

She is currently working on a thesis entitled ‘The Condition of Exile: Ghanaian Exile Networks and Competing Nationalisms, 1957-1993’.

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