Dr Faisal M.Garba
My research and teaching interests radiate around African migration, social change, working class history and organization, African historical sociology, and social theory. I teach courses on Social Theory, Society and Change, Globalization and Inequality and Introduction to Sociology.
Maids and Masons. Class, Gender and Ethnicity in Migrant Experiences. With Bruno Monteiro. Venezia: SSIIM 2018 (eds.)
“Social Progress and Cultural Change”, with John Bowen, Will Kymlicka, Martin Hopenhayn, Takyiwaa Manuh, Raufu Mustapha and Jan Willem Duyvendak, in Rethinking society for the 21st century: Report of the International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP) 2015 – 2017. Cambridge and New Jersey: Cambridge University Press 2018
“African Migrant Workers and German Post-Growth Society”, der DFG-Kollegforscher_innengruppe Postwachstumgesselschaften. ISSN 2194-136XK 5/2017.
“Melting Pot: African Muslim Migrants in Cape Town”. Kayfee 1438. 2017.
“Knowledge Production in Africa: Inequality and Capitalism”, Review of African Political Economy, January 2017
“African Workers in Europe”, Review of African Political Economy, September 2016
“Migration and Inequality: African Migrant Workers in Germany, India and South Africa”. In A. Lenger and F. Schumacher (eds) Understanding the Dynamics of Global Inequality: Social Exclusion, Power Shift and Structural Changes. Munich: Springer. 2015
Gauging and Engaging Deviance, 1600 – 2000 with Ari Sitas, Nikos Trimiklionitis, Sumangala Damodaran and Wiebke Keim Delhi: Tulika Books 2014.