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Dr Pendle is a Research Officer with the Conflict Research Programme in the Centre for Civil Society and with the Centre for Public Authority in International Development in the Firoz Lalji Centre for Africa. She recently completed her PhD in the International Development department with a thesis on law, landscape, prophecy and public authority in South Sudan.
‘Violence, Legitimacy and Prophecy: Nuer struggles with uncertainty in South Sudan’, American Ethnologist, Vol 42:3 (2015)
‘They are now Community Police: negotiating the boundaries and nature of government in South Sudan through the identity of militarised cattle-keepers’, Journal of Minority and Group Rights, Vol 22 (2015)
‘Contesting the Militarization of the Places where they Met: the landscapes of the western Nuer and Dinka (South Sudan)’, Journal of East African Studies, Vol 11 (Feb 2017)
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