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Joshua Craze

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Joshua Craze is a freelance journalist and PhD candidate in anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley, specializing in borders in Sudan. He is based in Juba, Southern Sudan, and speaks English, French, Swahili, and passable Arabic.

His articles have been published in The Institute of War and Peace Reporting, Europa, africanews.com, The Daily Star, and SaudiDebate, amongst other publications. In 2010 he received funding from The Nation Institute Investigative Reporting Fund for a project which will be published shortly by the Washington Monthly.

With Mark Huband he edited The Kingdom: Saudi Arabia in the 21st Century (Columbia University Press/Hurst & Co.), a volume to which he also contributed. He is currently writing a book for Hurst & Co. titled Line Language: On the border in the Middle East.

Joshua Craze has a BA from St Peter's College, Oxford University, an Mres from the University of Amsterdam, and has also attended L'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris.

As a journalist, he was the English language editor of Café Babel, an award winning multi-lingual web magazine, and a contributing writer to both SaudiDebate and ArabLife. He has contributed reportage, analysis, and longer features, to a wide variety of magazines and websites. He has recently published work in Onsite, Anthropology News, and has work forthcoming in the Washington Monthly.

He has also been a project co-ordinator for Jubilee Iraq, a researcher looking at the geopolitics of oil in Sudan for UnderstandingSudan.com, and an attaché at the British Institute in East Africa, researching Islamic book publishing in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, amongst other subjects.

Work Samples

The End of the Affair
The Bolkenstein Directive
Freeing Iraq from Debt

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