The School of Geography, Politics and Sociology

Current Students

Current Students

Our postgraduates are working on a variety of projects, looking at everything from the war on drugs in Mexico to characteristics of influential business associations in east Africa.

NameTopic
Hector Eduardo Bezares Buenrostro The War on Drugs in Mexico: power and everyday violence
Jayne Carrick Improving the legitimacy of the consenting process for marine renewable energy projects by participatory Bayesian Belief Network modelling of ecological and socio-economic data
Thomas Caygill A critical analysis of the extent and effectiveness of post-legislative scrutiny in the UK Parliament
Adam Clark Critique of development theory
Benjamin Coulson Identity, Capital, Geopolitics: US Presidential Discourses of China from 1844 to 2016
Nikolai Gad Digitalising European party politics: A democratic revolution in collective decision making?
Giuseppe Gargano The European agricultural and rural model and its export in the Euro-Mediterranean area in the context of the Barcelona Process
Alicia Harding Political Transition after Complex Conflict: Conceptualizing the political agency of the Child Actor (Colombia)
Nik Gregory Howard Understanding Left and Right in 20th century Japan and the World: The meaning of "Socialism" in the early Kita ikki (1883-1937)
Leigh Ingham Surfing the Fourth Wave; an analysis of the distinctive participatory repertoires demonstrated by young fourth wave feminists
David Irwin Characteristics of influential business associations in east Africa
Craig Johnson Co-operation or competition? Incentives and obstacles to co-operation between British centre-left parties in an era of hung parliaments
Matthew Kearns Military masculinities and recruitment practices in the British Armed Forces
Rebecca Korda Is the under-ten metres English fishing fleet doomed? A critical analysis of the current parlous state of the inshore commercial fisheries sector in England and its future prospects
Thomas Liljedahl Accommodating plurality. How to best meet the challenges of diverse society
Daniela Morgan Reconciling the Limits of State Sovereignty: An Exploration of the Sardinian Question
Tristin Martin The British Conservative Party and European Policy since 1997: A Historical Institutionalist Perspective
Cahir O'Doherty Conflict, Culture and Closure: The Intertext between Popular Culture and Security at the End of Wars
Ariel Shangguan

The Translation of Politics and the Politics of Translation: International Relations in the Thirdspace

Sarina Theys The Soft Power of (non-Western) Small States: The cases of Bhutan and Qatar
Anna Wambach Representing Europe: The Character of EU Coverage in British News Media
Agnieszka Wincewicz Moral Nature in the Theory of Political Economy