I joined the University of Manchester as a lecturer in International Politics in August 2012. My research and teaching interests lie in the areas of critical citizenship studies, international migration, sovereignty and subjectivity. My work has been published in journals such as Citizenship Studies; Alternatives: Local, Global, Political; International Political Sociology; Geopolitics; and Subjectivity. My first book, a monograph entitled Ambiguous Citizenship in an Age of Global Migration is published with Edinburgh University Press (see reviews of this in Sociology (2015) and in Political Studies Review (2016)). I also have a co-edited book in Routledge's Interventions Series entitled Critical Imaginations in International Relations (see here for a review in International Studies Review)
I am currently a member of the Editorial Board of the Taylor and Francis journal Citizenship Studies and Cluster Lead for the Critical Global Politics (CGP) cluster at the University of Manchester.