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Teaching

I am currently on leave from my teaching duties to allow me to focus on my Leverhulme Research Fellowship project Governing Globalising Islamic Economies. Unfortunately, I'm not available to supervise any undergraduate dissertations.

I-PEEL: the International Political Economy of Everyday Life

This innovative teaching project provides students with an accessible route into the study of the global economy; a topic which is complex and can often feel like it is far removed from the realities of people’s daily existence. It consists of a platform website hosting a series of short academic reflections on the political economy of the objects and events of everyday life. Taking advantage of the online format, texts are supplemented with pictures and podcasts, hyperlinked sources and feeds on further reading.

PO9B6-20 Economic Cultures and Global Flows: Rethinking IPE (MA)

The aim of this module is to permit students to explore the role of culture in contemporary economic processes. The central theme is the impact of globalization on understandings of state-market-society relations, with a particular focus on the concept of ‘culture’ as a determining factor in the global political economy. Empirically, the module moves beyond IPE's traditional concern with mainly Western and mainly advanced (OECD) countries and engages with processes of political, economic and social change on a global level.

New MA Module: PO9B8-20 Governing Islamic Economies

Further details to be released in 2020.

New UG Module: The Political Economy of Southeast Asia (2nd year)

Further details to be released in 2020.

New UG Module: The Political Economy of Islam in Southeast Asia (3rd year)

Further details to be released in 2020.