PhD Affiliates

 

Sarah Edgcumbe

Thesis

‘Between Conflict, Marginalisation, and “Peace”: A Comparative Analysis of Experiences of Conflict, Perceptions of Peace, and Everyday Resistance to Social Positionality Among Gypsy, Roma, and Traveller Communities in Kosovo, Northern Ireland, and Iraq.’

Q Manivannan

Thesis 

‘Archiving and Re(Imagining) Caregiving as Peacebuilding in Third World Social Movements’

Mary Hunter

Thesis

‘The Lasting Implications of Zia ul-Haq’s Islamisation of Pakistan (1977-88) for Religious Minorities: Shaped by  Maududi’s Theology and the Legacy of Colonialism’

 

Mareva Chatzitheodorou

Thesis

‘How does Vladimir Putin’s rhetoric reflect on Russia’s foreign policy on conflicts in the Former Soviet Union (FSU)? A constructivist comparative discourse analysis of Ukraine, Chechnya, South Ossetia, and Abkhazia’

 

Hadil Louz

Thesis

‘Palestinian Refugees and The Exile of Memory: The History of Displacement and The Politics of Solidarity in Exile’

 

Cristian Erazo Romero

Thesis

‘Community leaders as brokers: entanglements of hierarchies and intimacies in Colombia’s Amazon’

Ruadhán Scrivener-Anderson

Thesis

‘Officers of The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), 1902-1918’

Valerie Cranmer

Thesis

‘Beyond War Crimes: The Imperial Japanese Army’s Epidemic Prevention and Water Purification Division’

Dean Smith

Thesis

‘Social Identity, Conspiratorial Thinking, and Violent Extremism: The Case of the North American Extreme Right’

 

Anezka Ferreira

Thesis

‘Bridging the Historical Divide: Building Peace through Education’

Yichi Zhang

Thesis

‘Love and Lives of the Chinese in Jamaica’

Sally Mubarak

Thesis

Working title to be confirmed. Sally’s doctoral research examines war and trauma in the Roman Republic and the wider ancient Mediterranean.

Louise Courbin

Thesis

‘Producing expertise on terrorism and counterterrorism: a Critical analysis of the production and reproduction of knowledge in France since 1962’

Benjamin Ong

Thesis

‘(Extra)ordinary natures: exploring urban human-nature relationships through decolonial, place-based, transformative learning’

David Stuart

Thesis Title

‘Mediating Polarization: Dialoguing with the Enemy and its Theological Foundations’

                                                                                                                                                     

Florence Felsheim