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Background Information

Employment History

University of Birmingham


External Examiner In Human Geography

Coventry University


Affiliations

Editorial Working Group of the Review of African Political Economy

Member


Amilcar Cabral Institute

Board of Advisors Member


Education

undergraduate degree

Fourah Bay College


Web References(14 Total References)


Centre of  West African Studies (CWAS)

www.cwas.bham.ac.uk [cached]

Dr Reginald Cline-ColeCentre of West African Studies (CWAS)Dr Reginald Cline-ColeTel: 0121 414 5132.Email: R.E.A.Cline-Cole@bham.ac.ukA geographer by training and multi-disciplinary researcher by choice, Reginald Cline-Cole was born in Freetown, Sierra Leone.The acquisition of an undergraduate degree at Fourah Bay College (University of Sierra Leone) was followed by postgraduate studies at the University of Bordeaux, France.Since then, and in addition to lecturing at Birmingham, he has also taught in Nigeria (Bayero University, Kano) and Kenya (Moi University). He is a member of the Editorial Working Group of the Review of African Political Economy, for which he is Handling Editor and is a member of the Editorial Board of Geography Compass.back to top RESEARCH INTERESTS Although Reginald Cline-Cole is undoubtedly best-known for his pioneering work on rural energy in Africa, his research interests extend into cognate areas such as indigenous ecological knowledges, with particular reference to vegetation resources; the implications of environmental policy for access and rights to, and utilisation of soil, water and vegetation resources; woody biomass assessment and mapping; and the construction and deployment of landscape imaginaries.Much of this interest manifests itself in a variety of ways in his many publications on woodfuel, the boundaries of which he continues to be involved in extending and redefining.A recent article recalls this personal and professional journey (see ‘Blazing a trail while lazing around:..' in publications).Ongoing research and writing tries to assess the implications for woodfuel planning, of the current global policy interest in biofuels as economically viable, environmentally-benign and renewable energy substitutes for fossil fuels. . Reginald Cline-Cole's other main research interest is forestry history and practice in West Africa, as his publication efforts attest.He is currently researching forestry as transnational environment-development policy and practice, with reference to colonial Northern Nigeria. A third focus of interest revolves around the history of academic geography in Africa and questions of professional ethics in developing areas geographies.This interest has spilled over into the initiation of, and participation in, North-South institutional linkage schemes.Reginald Cline-Cole was the UK Co-ordinator of capacity building, curriculum development and research initiatives linking CWAS with the Department of Geography, Usumanu Dan Fodio University, Sokoto, Nigeria (‘Gender, Environment and Development in the Wetlands of Northwest Nigeria', 1998-2001) and the Department of Geography and Rural Development, Njala University, Sierra Leone (‘Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Development in Sierra Leone', 2002-2006). back to top TEACHING INTERESTSReginald Cline-Cole currently teaches geography, development and environment courses, and supervises postgraduate theses in these and related areas.As part of the institutional link mentioned above, he has recently been a visiting lecturer at Njala University, Sierra Leone, where he was External Examiner for the MSc Degree in Geography, Resource Management and Development in 2004-05.He is currently External Examiner in Human Geography at Coventry University, and has examined postgraduate theses at several UK and African universities.


Staff - Department of African Studies and Anthropology - University of Birmingham

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Dr Reginald Cline-Cole
Dr Reginald Cline-Cole Senior Lecturer Geography, environment, rural energy, area studies.


Africanist Theses accepted at UK Universities – 2014 - ASAUK

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Supervisors: Dr Stewart Brown and Dr Reg Cline-Cole; etheses.bham.ac.uk/4990/


People - Amilcar Cabral Institute of Economic and Political Research

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Reginald Cline-Cole - University of Birmingham
Reginald Cline-Cole Reginald Cline-Cole head the Centre for West African Studies (CWAS), part of the School of History and Cultures at the University of Birmingham. A geographer by training and multi-disciplinary researcher by choice, Reginald Cline-Cole was born in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The acquisition of an undergraduate degree at Fourah Bay College (University of Sierra Leone) was followed by postgraduate studies at the University of Bordeaux, France. Since then, and in addition to lecturing at Birmingham, he has also taught in Nigeria (Bayero University, Kano) and Kenya (Moi University). He is a member of the Editorial Working Group of the Review of African Political Economy, for which he is Handling Editor and is a member of the Editorial Board of Geography Compass. Although Reginald Cline-Cole is undoubtedly best-known for his pioneering work on rural energy in Africa, his research interests extend into cognate areas such as indigenous ecological knowledges, with particular reference to vegetation resources; the implications of environmental policy for access and rights to, and utilisation of soil, water and vegetation resources; woody biomass assessment and mapping; and the construction and deployment of landscape imaginaries. Reginald Cline-Cole's other main research interest is forestry history and practice in West Africa, as his publication efforts attest. He is currently researching forestry as transnational environment-development policy and practice, with reference to colonial Northern Nigeria.


www.cwas.bham.ac.uk

Dr Reginald Cline-Cole(BA Sierra Leone, Dr 3Cy Bordeaux)


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