Amina Mama is a Nigerian/British feminist researcher, academic & consultant whose professional career spans European, African and U.S. institutions. She has dedicated much of her time to creating institutional spaces for strengthening radical intellectual work, teaching, research and publication, and film. Her major publications include Beyond the Masks: Race, Gender and Subjectivity (Routledge 1995), co-edited Engendering African Social Sciences (CODESRIA 1997) and extensive contributions to peer-reviewed journals and edited collections. She collaborated in the production of two documentary films, The Witches of Gambaga (Fadoa Films 2010), and The Art of Ama Ata Aidoo (Executive Producer Fadoa films 2014). Her areas of expertise include feminist movements, methodology, pedagogy, political consciousness, political and organizational development, critical policy studies, higher education, militarism. She is Founding Editor of Feminist Africa, and currently convenes the newly created Editors-in-Chief Collective.