Kabiri Bule is a Project Manager and Research Associate at the African Centre for Migration & Society at Wits University. Kabiri has over 10 years of extensive administrative management experience in the financial sector, and two years of project management experience in academia. In her role as a Project Manager at ACMS, Kabiri is responsible for the management and monitoring of four projects, one of which is the Mellon-funded African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA) project on Mobility and Sociality in Africa’s emerging urban. This role primarily entails PhD and Postdoc recruitment, controlling budgets, attending academic workshops at partner institutions across the continent, and providing day-to-day communication with the project teams.
Kabiri received her BA (Hons) in Organisational Psychology, and MA in Migration & Displacement at the University of the Witwatersrand in 2015 and 2017 respectively. Her current doctoral research investigates issues of knowledge production and decoloniality, African urbanism, citizenship and the rights to the city. She takes a multidisciplinary approach that encompasses the fields of critical urban theory, social psychology and postcolonial theory.