Dr. George Neville
George Neville is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Lund University. He holds a doctorate in the environment, energy and resilience from Royal Holloway, University of London, in addition to a Master’s in Environment and Development from King’s College, London and Bachelor’s in Human Geography from the University of Reading. These posts have seen him spend considerable time in the field in Ghana, Mozambique, Ethiopia and Malawi, conducting interdisciplinary research on hidden and informal populations; the politics of water and basic services; mobility; and associated policy in urban environments. With a specialisation on issues in sub-Saharan Africa, Dr. Neville also consulted on projects for the international NGO WaterAid in both the U.K. and Ethiopia offices. He lectures on sustainability, development, water, and resilience across departments at Lund University, and supervises student dissertations. He will co-coordinate the fieldwork in the Mozambique research sites for the MISTY project, focusing predominantly on life course, identity and collective action in sustainable transformations.