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Kasper Hoffmann
Kasper Hoffmann


My research focuses on three main issues: The formation of political identities, the production of political authority and territory, and emerging forms of governance in conflict settings. Specifically, I focus on the intersection between the formation of ethnic identities and processes of territorialisation and on emerging forms of rebel and land governance in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 

I am part of the ERC research programme “Rule and Rupture: State formation through the local production of property and citizenship” and the “Conflict Research Programme”. Through these programmes, I conduct research on the nexus between land governance, property rights, and land conflicts in urban areas, the social and economic effects of roadblocks, and the effects of donor interventions in land conflicts in rural areas, all in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Udvalgte publikationer

  1. E-pub ahead of print

    Ethnogovernmentality: The making of ethnic territories and subjects in eastern DR Congo

    Hoffmann, Kasper, 4 nov. 2019, I : Geoforum.

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  2. Udgivet

    Rebel rule: A governmentality perspective

    Hoffmann, Kasper & Verweijen, J., 2019, I : African Affairs. 118, 471, s. 352–374 23 s.

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  3. Udgivet

    Myths set in motion: The moral economy of mai mai governance

    Hoffmann, Kasper, 1 jan. 2015, Rebel Governance in Civil War. cambridge university press (cup), 1 s.

    Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningfagfællebedømt

  4. Udgivet

    Taxation, stateness and armed groups: public authority and resource extraction in Eastern Congo

    Hoffmann, Kasper, Vlassenroot, K. & Marchais, G., 2016, I : Development and Change. 47, 6, s. 1434–1456 23 s.

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