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Dennis joined SERI as a researcher in November 2014. He has a BA (with majors in anthropology and philosophy) and an honours degree in social anthropology from the University of Pretoria. He is currently completing his masters in social anthropology at the same university. Before joining SERI he was a junior lecturer in social and cultural anthropology at St John Mary Vianney Seminary.

Dennis’ research has covered the intersections between state and citizen in the context of state bureaucracies, and the experiences of ‘hidden communities’ in Pretoria’s CBD. His theoretical interests include Marxism, social movement theories, anarchist perspectives of local and broader processes, pan-Africanist visions of the future, and the importance of everyday communism and the mundane in the construction and reconstitution of human relationships.