Felix Meier zu Selhausen is an Assistant Professor in the Social and Economic History Department at Utrecht University (Netherlands). His research lies at the intersection of economic history, development economics and demography. In particular, his research focuses on the relationship between religion and socioeconomic development in Africa and gender relations in urban and rural contexts. Previously, he was awarded a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Economics Department, University of Sussex. He edits the AEHN textbook The History of African Development as well as the AEHN Blog Frontiers in African Economic History.

AEHN Textbook Chapters

AEHN Working Papers

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2019

2017

2014

AEHN Blog Articles