MA Degree Programme Director (Critical Geopolitics)
Ph.D. in Political Science (York University, Canada)
MA in Political Science (York University, Canada)
BAH in Political Studies (Queen's University, Canada)
Co-Editor: POLITICS (Wiley-Blackwell)
Associate Editor: Critical Studies on Security (Routledge)
Popular Culture and World Politics (Routledge)
2013: Multiple Teaching Excellence Award Nominations for Contribution to Outstanding Feedback; Contribution to Pastoral Support (shortlisted finalist); Postgraduate Taught Supervisor of the Year; and Postgraduate Research Supervisor of the Year.
2012: Learning and Teaching Excellence Award Nomination for Innovative Teaching Methods of the Year
2011-12: University Teaching Learning and Student Experience Innovation Fund Award Undergraduate Teaching
POL 2078: Critical International Politics (Module Leader)
POL 8044: Critical Geopolitics (Module Leader)
POL 8041: Theories and Approaches to Politics: Power and Democracy (Epistemology and Ontology, Post-structuralism)
POL 8048: World Politics and Popular Culture (Visual Politics, Dangerous Spaces, Copyfight)
HSS 8007: The Nature of Enquiry and Explanation (Post-structuralism)
political violence, popular culture and world politics, visuality
Current research projects include analyses of the politics of targeted killing, political representations in children's literature (with a specific focus on Paddington Bear), and visual politics more generally.
critical security studies, popular culture, post-structuralism
UK Political Studies Association, the British Academy, and the Aid to Scholarly Publications Program, Canadian Federation for Humanities and Social Sciences.