Christine Hobden is a Senior Lecturer in Ethics and Public Governance at the Wits School of Governance, University of Witwatersrand. Her core research is in the discipline of analytic political theory and focuses on the intersections of global injustice and democratic citizenship. She is the author of Citizenship in a Globalised World, published with Routledge in 2021. Other research interests include South African citizenship law and practice, public sector ethics, political consumerism, and methods of teaching and research in political philosophy.
Personal website: www.christinehobden.co.za