Staff in the Department of Politics and International Relations
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Dr Bernadette Buckley
Bernadette is interested in the complex relationships between art, war and terrorism.
Francisco addresses Latin American politics from below, decolonial and postcolonial theory and rough politics.
Professor Will Davies
My research looks at how expert knowledge is deployed politically in neoliberal societies.
Professor Jasna Dragovic-Soso
Memory politics and transitional justice; nationalism; history and politics of the Balkans
Dr Sahil Dutta
Sahil's research focuses on financialisation, money, managerialism, and British political economy.
Professor Michael Dutton
Michael’s work circles his principal intellectual interest, social theory, and his principal geographic archive, China.
Professor Elizabeth Evans
Elizabeth works on issues related to feminism, disability, representation, parties, social movements and politics.
Dr Simon Griffiths
Simon teaches, writes about, and comments on, contemporary British politics, the history of political thought in the UK, and public policy.
Dr Paul Gunn
Paul’s work looks at political complexity, error, and ignorance, and the institutional mechanisms available in contemporary political economy that can address these problems.
Dr Carla Ibled
Carla's research focuses on neoliberal discourses, psychoanalytical theory, critical theory and cultural studies
Dr Rachel Ibreck
Rachel’s research centres on the human rights, justice, conflict and civil society, principally in Africa.
Dr Maria N Ivanova
Maria Ivanova’s research interests include social theory and political economy, theories of money and finance, crisis theories, international and comparative political economy, and the political economy of the United States.
Dr Jeremy Larkins
Jeremy’s primary research area is in the cultural and intellectual history of international political theory.
Dr David L Martin
David’s expertise is in the fields of postcolonial theory, cultural geography, medical humanities and the history of religion.
Professor James Martin
James Martin is a political theorist with interests in philosophy and ideologies
Dr Andrea Mura
Andrea has research interests in continental philosophy, comparative political thought and psychoanalysis
Professor Saul Newman
Saul explores issues of sovereignty, legal theory, post-anarchism, and human rights and statelessness.
Andreas is Lecturer in Political Theory with a research focus on contemporary analytical political philosophy and theories of social justice
Professor Rajyashree Pandey
Rajyashree examines the categories of woman, body and gender in context of medieval Japanese literature and Buddhism.
John Reardon is artist in residence in the Politics Department where he supports all practice-based work on the MA Art & Politics course.
Dr Peter Rees
Peter Rees is a political theorist and postdoctoral researcher focusing on migration, citizenship and rights.
Dr. Ekaterina Rozanova
Ekaterina teaches international relations and researches soft power, culture, and security.
Dr Eskandar Sadeghi-Boroujerdi
Eskandar's research focuses the contemporary politics and modern history of the Middle East.
Professor Sanjay Seth
Sanjay has published on modern Indian history, political and social theory, and postcolonial theory.
Dr Nick Taylor
Nick is a political economist with interests in the history of the welfare state and history of economic thought.
Dr Martina Tazzioli
Martina Tazzioli is a reader in Politics & Technology. Her research focuses on migration governmentality and its contestations, collective subjects, border security and the datafication of mobility.
Dr Derek Wall
Green political economy, commons, Elinor Ostrom, the politics of climate change and social movements