E. Caswell Eshun
Department of Geography
E. Caswell Eshun is a second year master's student in the Department of Geography. His research interests traverse the interdisciplinary study and practice of international development at the intersection of education, gender, resource insecurity and governance, and adolescent health. His current research draws on Feminist Political Ecology approaches to explore water (in)security among girls in Ghanaian boarding secondary schools. Caswell aims to contribute toward advancing scholarship, policy, and program planning and delivery on food, water, sanitation, and hygiene beyond the household to educational contexts in promoting sustainable development.
2023 - M.S. Geography, Kent State University 2017 - B.A. Sociology and Geography, University of Cape Coast
Qualitative Method Mixed-Method (Qualitative, Quantitative, and Spatial)
American Association of Geographers (AAG)