Dissertation Work (in progress)

Part 1: Comparative literature review of Chinese- (Mandarin) language journals and English-language journals on China-Africa agriculture.

Part 2: Application of the telecoupling framework to the China-Africa agricultural investment system.

Part 3: Hypothesis testing using agent-based modeling to simulate China-Africa agricultural investment system.


Breeze, Victoria and Nathan Moore. “China tops US and UK as destination for anglophone African students.” The Conversation, 2017. https://theconversation.com/china-tops-us-and-uk-as-destination-for-anglophone-african-students-78967 

Wu, S., Li, X., Apul, D., Breeze, V., Tang, Y., Fan, Y., and J. Chen. “Agent-based Modeling of Temporal and Spatial Dynamics in Life Cycle Sustainability.”  Journal of Industrial Ecology, forthcoming.

Conference Presentations & Posters

Breeze, Victoria. 2017. “Systematic Review of Chinese-Language Research on Investment in African Agriculture.” Paper presented at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, 9 April.

Breeze, Victoria. 2017. “China in African Agriculture: Scalar Relationships”. Oral paper presented at 9th Annual Graduate Academic Conference, Michigan State University, 25 February.

Breeze, Victoria, and Nathan Moore. 2015. “Shifts in Malawi’s Growing Season (1981-2013).” Geographic Information Science and Technology (GIS&T) Poster Session at Annual Association of American Geographers Meeting, Chicago, April 21-25.