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Dr Bernadette Buckley

Lecturer in International Politics
b.buckley (@gold.ac.uk)

Bernadette is interested in the complex relationships between art, war and terrorism.

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Francisco Carballo

Lecturer in the politics and cultures of Latin America
f.carballo (@gold.ac.uk)

Francisco addresses Latin American politics from below, decolonial and postcolonial theory and rough politics.

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Dr Will Davies

Reader in Political Economy
w.davies (@gold.ac.uk)

Will Davies is a political economist with interests in neoliberalism, history of economics and economic sociology.

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Dr Jasna Dragovic-Soso

Head of Department, Senior Lecturer in International Relations
j.dragovic-soso (@gold.ac.uk)

Jasna has written on various aspects of Yugoslav history and politics and is currently working on the politics of memory and transitional justice in the post-Yugoslav region.

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Professor Michael Dutton

Professor of Politics
m.dutton (@gold.ac.uk)

Michael’s work circles his principal intellectual interest, social theory, and his principal geographic archive, China.

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Dr Elizabeth Evans

Senior Lecturer in Politics
elizabeth.evans (@gold.ac.uk)

Elizabeth's research centres around gender and politics, exploring the interaction between gender, feminist activism.

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Dr Simon Griffiths

Senior Lecturer in Politics
s.griffiths (@gold.ac.uk)

Simon writes teaches and researches British politics and public policy, providing commentary for radio and press.

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Dr Paul Gunn

Lecturer in Politics
p.gunn (@gold.ac.uk)

Paul’s work looks at political complexity, error, and ignorance, and the institutional mechanisms available in contemporary political economy that can address these problems.

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Dr Rachel Ibreck

Lecturer in Politics and International Relations
r.ibreck (@gold.ac.uk)

Rachel’s research centres on the human rights, justice, conflict and civil society, principally in Africa.

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Dr Maria N Ivanova

Lecturer in Economics
m.ivanova (@gold.ac.uk)

Maria’s research interests are theories of money and finance, crisis theories and political economy of the United States.

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Dr Jeremy Larkins

Lecturer
j.larkins (@gold.ac.uk)

Jeremy’s primary research area is in the cultural and intellectual history of international political theory.

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Professor Carl Levy

Professor of Politics
c.levy (@gold.ac.uk)

Carl has published on modern Italian politics and history; and policymaking and regulation within the European Union.

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Dr David L Martin

Lecturer in Visual and International Politics
d.martin (@gold.ac.uk)

David’s expertise is in the fields of postcolonial theory, cultural geography, medical humanities and the history of religion.

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Professor James Martin

Professor of Political Theory
j.martin (@gold.ac.uk)

James Martin is a political theorist with interests in public speech, argument, and their effects on subjectivity.

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Dr Johnna Montgomerie

Lecturer in Economics
j.montgomerie (@gold.ac.uk)

Johnna’s interests are household debt’s relationship to Anglo-American financialisation in the new age of austerity.

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Dr Andrea Mura

Lecturer in Comparative Political Theory
a.mura (@gold.ac.uk)

Andrea focusses on economy, religion and citizenship, with reference to psychoanalysis and the work of Jacques Lacan.

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Professor Saul Newman

Professor of Political Theory
s.newman (@gold.ac.uk)

Saul explores issues of sovereignty, legal theory, post-anarchism, and human rights and statelessness.

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Dr Rajyashree Pandey

Reader in Asian Politics
r.pandey (@gold.ac.uk)

Rajyashree examines the categories of woman, body and gender in context of medieval Japanese literature and Buddhism.

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John Reardon

Resident Artist
j.reardon (@gold.ac.uk)

John Reardon is artist in residence in the Politics Department where he supports all practice-based work on the MA Art & Politics course.

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Professor Sanjay Seth

Professor of Politics
s.seth (@gold.ac.uk)

Sanjay has published on modern Indian history, political and social theory, and postcolonial theory.

Dr Nick Taylor

Research Fellow, Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity
N.taylor (@gold.ac.uk)

Nick is a political economist with interests in the history of the welfare state and history of economic thought.

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Dr Derek Wall

Visiting Tutor
d.wall (@gold.ac.uk)

Derek’s research is focussed on radical political economy, green politics and social movement theory.

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