Nosa Imaghodo is a lecturer (Academic Writing Skills, Global Identity Experience) and tutor at AUC.
Nosa Imaghodo joined AUC in September 2020 as a lecturer in the course Academic Writing Skills and a tutor since January 2021. He is currently completing his thesis at the University of Essex in the sociology department. His research assesses the perspectives of Black British activists who take differing stances as to why (institutional) racism persists, and who employ varying strategies, campaigning tirelessly, in deliberating and putting into action ways in which racism can be eradicated in Britain.
His academic background includes research methods, politics, history, international studies and religious studies. He has worked as a research assistant at the Directorate of Student Achievement (Office for Student Project), Kingston University, London, and as an outreach tutor at the University of Essex. Since moving to Amsterdam, he worked as a lecturer at Utrecht University. In his free time, he enjoys reading Murakami and going to the cinema.