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Lydia Ayame Hiraide

PhD students
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Lydia’s doctoral research thinks intersectionally about environmentalism in the UK.

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Albina Lindt

PhD students
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EU level renewable electricity and renewable fuels legislation

Peter Rees

PhD students
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Immigration and Rights: Towards a performative theory of citizenship

Katharina Richter

PhD students
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Connections of social debates in the global South with radical environmental and economic thoughts in the global North

Keith Sonia

PhD students
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Motivations of participants in violence at sporting events in the Balkans

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John Paul Belk

PhD student
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My research project will shed light on the nature of neoliberalism through a critical chronological examination of the ideology in Puerto Rico from 1980 to 2016

Pier Paolo Motta

PhD Candidate
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Pier is examining the field of critical theory and the relation between political action and language

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Philipp Kenel

PhD student
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Researching the intersection of 'the economic' 'the social' and 'the political'

Tancrède Fulconis

PhD Student
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Tancrède is conducting research into Universalism, Exception and Othering in (Post) Colonial France

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Nils Peters

PhD Student
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Nils is researching the rise of platforms and the financial infrastructures that facilitated it. He is also the PhD Rep for the current academic year.

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Tadas Vinokur

PhD Student
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A critique of the philosophy of political violence

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Vanessa Lehmann

PhD Student
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Vanessa’s work radiates around topics of urban and environmental transformations, critical ecology, postcolonial theory, the Middle East and the desert.

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Elsa Bengtsson Meuller

PhD Student
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My research interests include: Feminist Theory, Feminist Security Studies, Cybersecurity, Technology, The Manosphere, and Affect & Emotions.

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Despoina Demertzi

PhD student
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“DECOLONIZING THE SELF; Decolonial AestheSis (Mirror Touch Synaesthesia) and The Photobook Phenomenon as Participatory Praxis”

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Kaelynn Narita

PhD Students
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Kaelynn is researching the Digital Hostile Environment in the UK and focusing on how technologies reinforce and replicate discriminatory structures using a Data Feminist approach.