Schnurr. (2013). Bio-hegemony and biotechnology in Uganda: Unraveling the strategies used to promote Genetically Modified crops into new African market. Journal of Peasant Studies, 40(4), 639-658.

My aim in this article is to uncover the network of corporate actors, development agencies, policy officials, and research scientists that support the unquestioned dominance of GM in Uganda. I rely on Gramscian insights reveal how these constellations of power align to support biotechnology at the expense of other technological possibilities, and how this consensus maintains its position of dominance while remaining largely unquestioned and unchallenged.