Lecturer in Politics and International Relations
School: Politics, Economics and International Relations
Department: Politics and International Relations
Interests: international norm dynamics, qualitative methods, nuclear weapons, constructivism
I study international norm dynamics, including norms surrounding war, the proliferation of nuclear weapons, and human rights. I have a PhD from George Washington University and have previously held positions at Brown University, Seton Hall University, and MIT. In 2017, I published a paper that was selected for the Qualitative Data Repository’s Annotation for Transparent Inquiry project. My experience in this project was a shortlisted entry in the University of Reading’s Open Research Award 2019, which has been published as an Open Research Case Study.
I am the School Lead Champion for Politics, Economics and International Relations.