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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge


Prior to entering the PhD program, Natasha completed an Mphil in Geographical Research, and a BA (Hons) in Geography at Cambridge University.


Natasha’s research interests lie in recent trends in agricultural development, for example surrounding the call for a 'new green revolution in Africa'. Her Phd research focuses on social impact investing in African agriculture, with a focus on how a particular agri-finance program for smallholder farmers is playing out on the ground in Tanzania. 


Key publications: 

Watts, N. and Scales, I. (2015) 'Seeds, agricultural systems and socio-natures: Towards an actor-network theory informed political ecology of agriculture' Geography Compass

PhD Student, Department of Geography
 Natasha  Watts
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