PhD Candidate (ESRC Research Fellow)
Having previously studied for a B.A. in History and Politics and two M.A.s - in United States Foreign Policy and Social Science Research - I returned to PAIS in 2020 after a period of work.
Courtesy of the Economic and Social Research Council's "1+3" program, my PhD explores how strategic narratives on the economy-security nexus have influenced post-Cold War American foreign policy. My thesis is supervised by Alexandra Homolar and Georg Löfflmann.
- Strategic Studies (with emphasis on U.S. foreign policy)
- Security Studies (inc. ideas of ontological security)
- National Security Discourse
- Political Communication
I am always happy to discuss my research and am open to potential collaborations.
In past academic years, I have taught on:
- PO107: Introduction to Politics
- PO207: Politics of the U.S.A.
- PO3A2: War in the Twenty-First Century
In academic year 2021/2022, I am not teaching due to fieldwork.