Luregn Lenggenhager is a post-doc in the <link de forschung research-projects space-in-time>Space in Time project at the Centre for African Studies Basel. In 2017 he submitted his PhD with the title Ruling Nature, Controlling People: Nature Conservation, Development and War in North-Eastern Namibia since the 1920s. From 2011 to 2017 he was an assistant at the History Department of the University of Zurich, where he continues to work as a lecturer. During the time of his doctorate he conducted archival and field research in Namibia and South Africa and was associated with the University of the Western Cape. His fields of research include environmental history, historical geography and borderlands in Southern Africa.

In journals and edited volumes
Book reviews
Further publications
  • Lenggenhager, Luregn; Nghitevelekwa, Romie. Why Namibians want fresh impetus behind land reform. In: The Conversation, 26 September 2018.
  • Lenggenhager, Luregn. A militarised nature park. In: The Namibian, 19 February 2016, p.B19.
  • Lenggenhager, Luregn; Lieberherr, Silva (2016). Profite statt Agrobiodiversität. Umfassende Kommerzialisierung des Saatgutes. Afrika Bulletin, 161(161):4-5.
  • Lenggenhager, Luregn; Merron, James (2014). Die grüne Wirtschaft - Eine globale Lösung zur Rettung der Welt? Afrika Bulletin, (154):8-9.
  • Lenggenhager, Luregn (2012). Nach dem 'afrikanischen Kino'. Junges, urbanes Filmschaffen in Afrika. Afrika Bulletin, (145):4-5.