Dr. Phil., African History and Politics, Bayreuth International Graduate School for African Studies (BIGSAS), King’s College, London
Lecturer, Department of History and International Studies,University of Jos, Nigeria
Mustapha, Abdul-Raufu; Higazi, Adam; Lar, Jimam; Chromy, Karel ( 2018) “Jos: A Decade of Fear and Violence in Central Nigeria” and “Jos: Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches to Conflict Resolution” in, Mustapha, A.R. and Ehrhardt, D. (Eds) Creed and Grievance: Muslims, Christians and Society in Northern Nigeria (James Currey, Boydell and Brewer Ltd)
Lar, Jimam (2017) “Historicising Vigilante Policing in Plateau State, Nigeria” in, Jan Beek, Jonny Steinberg, Mirco Gopfert, Olly Owen (Eds) Police in Africa: The Street Level View ( London: Hurst).
Lar, Jimam “Local Actors, Conflict Management, and Peacebuilding in Central Nigeria: Insights and Policy Implications “ APN Briefing Note Number 9, 2017, African Peacebuilding Network (APN) – Social Science Research Council (SSRC) NewYork.https://www.ssrc.org/publications/view/local-actors-conflict management-and-peacebuilding-in-central-nigeria-insights-and-policy-implications/
Awards and scholarships
Beneficiary, African Humanities Program Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, 2017
African Peacebuilding Network (APN) – Social Science Research Council (SSRC) New York, Individual Research Grantee, 2016