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Lecturer: Human and Urban Geography
Name: Inge Salo-Prins
Location: D2 Lab 344F, Auckland Park Kingsway Campus
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Tel: 011 599 2173


About Ms Inge Salo-Prins

Ms Inge Salo-Prins is a registered PhD candidate in Geography at Clark University, Massachusetts. She holds a master’s degree from the same university and from the Department of Environmental and Geographical Sciences from the University of Cape Town. She completed her honours and undergraduate studies in Social Anthropology and Film Studies at the University of Cape Town.

Her research interests include understanding people’s experiences of living and working in cities through a range of ethnographic research methods that include interviews, archival research, and participant observation. Her current research focuses on Black women’s experiences of work in South Africa’s clothing and textile industry and is based in the city of Cape Town.

She also engages with a range of critical theory including Black Geographies, political economic analysis, Black feminist thought, and Southern urban theory. Currently she is working on a collaborative project sponsored by Antipode titled ‘Black Geographers on Film’.

In the department she teaches undergraduate courses including Introduction to Human Geography and Population Geography.


Moulton, A and Salo, I. (2022) Black Geographies and Black Ecologies as Insurgent Ecocriticism in Environment and Society: Advances in Research 13, 156-174pp.  DOI: