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Alicia Campos

Expert in African Studies, Anthropology and the History of International Relations


Alicia Campos holds a degree in Law and Political Science from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and a PhD (2000) focused on the decolonization of Equatorial Guinea. She has been a visiting researcher at the Center of International Studies at the University of Cambridge, a postdoctoral researcher in the International Law Area of ​​the Faculty of Social and Legal Sciences of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and Ramón y Cajal researcher at the Autonomous University of Madrid. She is part of the Colonial Studies Group: Western Sahara and the African Studies Group (in the field of Natural Resources Economics) of the UAM, as well as the researcher of the Centre d'Estudis Africans of Barcelona.