I completed my PhD in 2017 and am currently a lecturer in international politics at the University of Manchester. My PhD thesis was concerned with social movements in authoritarian states. At present I am teaching the MA module human rights in world politics. My teaching and research interests include: human rights, international politics, social movements, authoritarianism and Middle Eastern politics.
Previously, I have worked for the Commission for Racial Equality, the Equality and Human Rights Commission and the Department for Education in the UK.
POLI20332 - The Politics of (In)security (Convenor)
POLI70492 - Human Rights in World Politics (Convenor)
POLI70962 - Gender, War & Peace (Convenor)
POLI70401 - Graduate Seminar in International Politics
Prizes and Awards
2016/17: The University of Manchester - Politics Graduate Teaching Assistant Prize
2017: Higher Education Academy Associate Fellowship
2016: Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Fellowship