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School of Politics and International Relations

Current Research Students

Tinahy Andriamasomanana
'Constitutionalising' the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: The Strategic Use of Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) Case Law by European Commission Policy Actors

Marija Antanaviciute
How to study international ethics: analysing global responsibility as a practice through ethical judgements in international humanitarian organisations

Ida Roland Birkvad
An Intellectual History of Aryanism

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.

Jesse Connuck
Deploying Home: US Military Homemaking Practices Since the Cold War

Manuela da Rosa Jorge
The Necropolitical Landscape of European Union Readmission Agreements: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the EU-Afghan

Anna Finiguerra
Re-conceptualising Politics as Resistance Through the Everyday Practices of Migrant Activism in the EU Context

Fawzia Gibson-Fall
Military involvement in health in sub-Saharan Africa, a multilevel analysis

James Hicks
Populism For and Against the Neoliberal Order

Tom Hooper
A Genealogy of Innocence: Seeking the pudenda origo of Just War

Farah Hussain
The experience of Ethnic Minority women of UK local politics

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

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

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

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

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

Karin Narita
Global Modernity and the Far-Right: A Study of the Intellectual Foundations of Japanese Reactionary Nationalism

Hannah Owens
Rethinking the vernacular transversally: a methodological reworking of Vernacular Security Studies

Mirko Palestrino
The international politics of military victory: the making of a concept in and through time

Janina Pescinski
The Criminalization of Acts of Solidarity with Migrants

Kate Phipps
Narratives of Intergenerational Mobility in Athens

Alexander Stoffel
Queer Worldmaking: The Anti-imperialism of Sexual Politics

Pedro Teres
The Western exportation of violence towards countries in the Global South

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

Benedetta Zocch
The Making of a Frontier: Colonial and Subversive Logics in the Bosnian canton of Una-Sana




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