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Katz-Lavigne Sarah Passbild neu Sarah Katz-Lavigne
Katz-Lavigne Sarah Passbild neu

Faculty of Humanities and Social Science
Department of Sociology


Sarah Katz-Lavigne is a Canadian PhD Candidate about to defend her PhD dissertation in International Affairs at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University and in International Relations at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.

Her research focuses on conflict at and around large-scale mining (LSM) sites in southeastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Specifically, she examines how a range of actors govern the so-called “clandestine” extraction of minerals from LSM sites, including government, public and private security, corporate officials, artisanal miners, and other actors in the supply chain. She examines the impact of the functioning of a multifaceted property rights regime on conflict and distributional dynamics at and around mine sites.

Sarah has published in The Extractive Industries and Society, Resources Policy, and Third World Thematics, and has a forthcoming piece in the Africa Journal of Management (with Moses Kiggundu, Carleton University) as well as in the Canadian Journal of African Studies (with Doris Buss, Aluoka Otieno, and Eileen Alma). She has also published policy-focused articles in The Washington Post’s Monkey Cage and in Africa is a Country and advocated against the idea that the artisanal mining of cobalt in the DRC is “conflict-affected” or “dirty”.

Katz-Lavigne Sarah Passbild neu

Faculty of Humanities and Social Science
Department of Sociology


Regional

  • The Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Kenya

Thematic

  • Large-Scale Mining and Artisanal Mining (ASM)
  • "Clandestine" Mining
  • Conflict
  • Property Rights
  • Gender and Women's Empowerment in ASM
Katz-Lavigne Sarah Passbild neu

Faculty of Humanities and Social Science
Department of Sociology


Publications

2019

Katz-Lavigne, Sarah
Property rights and large-scale mining : overlapping claims at and around mining sites at the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia
In: Huggins, Chris(ed.): Property Rights and Governance in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining : Critical Approaches - Abingdon: Routledge, 2019

Katz-Lavigne, Sarah
Artisanal copper mining and conflict at the intersection of property rights and corporate strategies in the Democratic Republic of Congo
in The Extractive Industries and Society vol. 6 (2019) issue 2. - pp. 399-406
doi:10.1016/j.exis.2018.12.001 ...

2018

Katz-Lavigne, Sarah
Saunders, Richard ; Nyamunda, Tinashe (ed.): Facets of Power: Politics, Profits and People in the Making of Zimbabwe’s Blood Diamonds. Harare, Zimbabwe, 2016
The Canadian Journal of African Studies
2018
doi:10.1080/00083968.2017.1396141 ...

2017

Katz-Lavigne, Sarah
The renegotiation window : Resource contract renegotiations in the mining industry in Africa from 2000 to 2013
in Resources Policy vol. 51 (2017) . - pp. 22-30
doi:10.1016/j.resourpol.2016.11.001 ...

2016

Katz-Lavigne, Sarah
Property rights and large-scale mining : overlapping claims at and around mining sites at the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia
in Third World Thematics: A TWQ Journal vol. 1 (2016) issue 2. - pp. 202-217
doi:10.1080/23802014.2016.1196604 ...

Katz-Lavigne Sarah Passbild neu

Faculty of Humanities and Social Science
Department of Sociology


Sarah Katz-Lavigne
Junior Lecturer at the Sociology of Africa Chair, University of Bayreuth, and PhD Candidate, Carleton University and the University of Groningen

Phone: +49 (0)921/55-4207
E-mail: sarah.katz-lavigne@uni-bayreuth.de

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