Moses Kansanga

Moses Kansanga
Title:
Assistant Professor of Geography and International Affairs
Faculty:
Assistant
Address:
Washington, District Of Columbia 20052
United States
Email:
[email protected]

Areas of Expertise

Agriculture and Sustainable Food Systems

Political Ecology

Natural Resource Management

Environment and Health

Sub-Saharan Africa

Education

PhD, University of Western Ontario

Publications

Kansanga, M. M., Ahmed, A., Kuusaana, E. D., Oteng-Ababio, M., & Luginaah, I. (2020). Of waste facility siting and relational geographies of place: Peri-urban landfills, community resistance and the politics of land control in Ghana. Land Use Policy96, 104674.

Kansanga, M. M., Mkandawire, P., Kuuire V., & Luginaah I. (2020). Agricultural mechanization, environmental degradation, and gendered livelihood implications in northern Ghana. Land Degradation & Development.

Kpienbaareh, D., Kansanga, M. M., Konkor, I., & Luginaah, I. (2020). The Rise of the Fourth Estate: The Media, Environmental Policy, and the Fight against Illegal Mining in Ghana. Environmental Communication, 1-16.

Ziegler, B. R., Kansanga, M., Sano, Y., Kangmennaang, J., Kpienbaareh, D., & Luginaah, I. (2020). Antenatal Care Utilization in the Fragile and Conflict-Affected Context of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Social Science & Medicine, 113253.

Kansanga, M. M., & Luginaah, I. (2019). Agrarian livelihoods under siege: Carbon forestry, tenure constraints and the rise of capitalist forest enclosures in Ghana. World Development, 113, 131-142.

Kansanga, M. M., Arku, G., & Luginaah, I. (2019). Powers of exclusion and counter-exclusion: The political ecology of ethno-territorial customary land boundary conflicts in Ghana. Land Use Policy, 86, 12-22.

Kansanga, M. M., Andersen, P., Kpienbaareh, D., Mason-Renton, S., Atuoye, K., Sano, Y., & Luginaah, I. (2019). Traditional agriculture in transition: examining the impacts of agricultural modernization on smallholder farming in Ghana under the new Green Revolution. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 1-14.

Kansanga, M. M., Antabe, R., Sano, Y., Mason-Renton, S., & Luginaah, I. (2019). A feminist political ecology of agricultural mechanization and evolving gendered on-farm labor dynamics in northern Ghana. Gender, Technology and Development, 23(3), 207-233.

Konkor, I., Kansanga, M. M., Sano, Y., Atuoye, K., & Luginaah, I. (2019). Risk-taking behaviours and timing to first motorbike collision in the Upper West Region of Ghana. Journal of Transport & Health, 12, 105-114.

Antabe, R., Sano, Y., Anfaara, F. W., Kansanga, M. M., Chai, X., & Luginaah, I. (2019). Antenatal Care Utilization and Female Genital Mutilation in Kenya. Sexuality & Culture, 1-13.

Kansanga, M. M., Andersen, P., Atuoye, K., & Mason-Renton, S. (2018). Contested commons: Agricultural modernization, tenure ambiguities and intra-familial land grabbing in Ghana. Land Use Policy, 75, 215-224.

Kpienbaareh, D., Kansanga, M. M., & Luginaah, I. (2018). Examining the potential of open source remote sensing for building effective decision support systems for precision agriculture in resource-poor settings. GeoJournal, 1-17.

Kansanga, M. M., Braimah, J. A., Antabe, R., Sano, Y., Kyeremeh, E., & Luginaah, I. (2018). Examining the association between exposure to mass media and health insurance enrolment in Ghana. The International journal of health planning and management.

Chai, X., Sano, Y., Kansanga, M. M., Baada, J., & Antabe, R. (2017). Married women’s negotiation for safer sexual intercourse in Kenya: Does experience of female genital mutilation matter? Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, 14, 79-84.

Kansanga, M. M., (2017). Who you know and when you plough? Social capital and agricultural mechanization under the new green revolution in Ghana. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 15(6), 708-723.

Classes Taught

GEOG 3195 – Agriculture and Sustainable Food Systems

GEOG 6293 – Agriculture and Sustainable Food Systems