I joined the Department of Politics in Manchester as Leturer in Political Theory in 2020. Prior to that, I was a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Sheffield, where I also did my PhD. In between, I worked as a Lecturer in Politics at the University of Huddersfield. I research the politics and ethics of migration and nationalism, specifically the relation between asylum and the welfare state. I am also interested in these questions empirically, with a focus on Scandinavian welfare states and nationalism.
I produce the podcast Talking Migration (@talkingmig), which covers a wide range of topics relating to migration.
I'd be very happy to supervise PhD projects on, for example, topics relating to the political theory of migration, nationalism, asylum or territorial rights.