Brandon D. Lundy

Associate Director, School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development
Professor of Anthropology, Department of Geography and Anthropology

Kennesaw State University

Dr. Brandon Lundy

Brandon D. Lundy is a Professor of Anthropology and an Associate Director in the School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development at Kennesaw State University. He serves as the Editor of the fastest growing anthropology journal Economic Anthropology and as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Peacebuilding and Development. Receiving his Ph.D.s from SUNY at Buffalo and the University of Science and Technology of Lille, France, Dr. Lundy's work focuses on climate change, sustainable livelihoods, ethnoeconomics, transnational labor migration, and entrepreneurship. He is the editor or co-editor of five books including two on Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies (Lexington Books, 2014, 2015) and one on Teaching Africa (Indiana University Press, 2013). He has published in many edited books and journals including African Studies (2018), Development in Practice (2018), Journal of International Migration and Integration (2018), Border Crossing (2017), Economic Anthropology (2017), African Arts (2016), African Identities (2015), Journal of International and Global Studies (2014), and Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment (2012). He also co-authored the entry on "Conflict Management and Resolution" for Oxford Bibliographies in African Studies (2019). Dr. Lundy has served as a country specialist (Guinea-Bissau) for the State Department and regularly presents nationally and internationally. After participating in a Fulbright-Hays in the summer of 2016 in Senegal on "Religion and Diversity in West Africa", he became a Fulbright Specialist where he completed a project on millennials perceptions of their natural environment in Guinea-Bissau, a climate change global hotspot.

Guinea-Bissau 2018

   Dr. Lundy conducting field research    Dr. Lundy at KSU Football game

   Tuba Mosque, Senegal    Senegal Conflict Management

 

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