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School of Politics and International Relations

Current Research Students

Elizabeth Blake
Algorithmic-targeting and its impact on voting behaviour and democracy

Felix del Campo
History of "Occidental" radical conservative neoliberalism and the continuation of neoliberalism by other means: contemporary European far-right movements.

James Hicks
Populism For and Against the Neoliberal Order

Salomé Ietter
The Anti-Populist Construction of the People in the Framing of the Gilets Jaunes Movement in France and of Brexit in the UK

Lucy Kneebone
Politics of the In-Between: Struggles over Camps

Beni Kovacs 
A beacon of the Right throughout the world: The rise of radical conservatism in Hungary and its reflections in the West

Timor Landherr
Borders and Their Shadows – The Politics of Territory, Externalisation, and Movement

Victoria León-Porath
Social movements in Chile: a case study of the outcomes of the uprising

Madeleine Lindh
The edge of Liberalism: abjection and governmentality in the European response to returning foreign fighters

Nika Mahnic
Programmable infrastructures and state (de)formation

Felix Mantz
Indigenous Politics, Coloniality and Land Conflicts in East Africa

Meena Masood
The politics of vulnerability in the European ‘migrant crisis’

Kinti / Pablo Orellana Matute
The relational politics of Becoming and the dynamic re-constitution of the ‘global’

Akram Salhab

Dalia Saris
Private Security and Humanitarian Security: mutuals or competitors?

Charlie Thomas
Thinking Beyond the Workplace

Zak Tobias
Transformation Zones: Digital Hubs, Class and (Geo)politics in Jordan

Oliwia Wasik
Tracing the Nexus Between Technology and Trauma in the Modern Understanding of Political Violence




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