Search results for 'Politics' (7)
Dr Thomas HousemanTom is a Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, specialising in Political Economy, Development and Critical Theory, with broader interests in decolonisation, poverty and punk.
Dr Joseph Ibrahim
Joseph is a sociologist who has research interests in social theory, and the culture, values and practices of social movements. He has a particular interest in the work of Pierre Bourdieu and has published a monograph drawing on his ideas.
Dr Christopher Byrne
Dr. Christopher Byrne is a Lecturer in Politics in the School of Social Sciences. He researches and teaches British political history, political leadership, the UK Parliament, and contemporary political theory. Recent research projects include studies of the effect of neoliberal thought on the structure of British central government, the political afterlives of Members of Parliament, and the merits of Prime Minister's Questions as a means of democratic accountability.
Dr Sophia Price
Sophia Price is Head of Politics and International Relations at Leeds Beckett University and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She previously worked for the Open University and the University of Manchester, where she completed her ESRC funded PhD on the European Union’s relations with Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific Group.
Dr Neil Washbourne
Neil Washbourne teaches and researches in media studies mostly on the BA (Hons) Media, Commuciation, Cultures and the MA Media and Culture. His work focusses on the critical study of comedy and celebrity, past and present. he teaches option modules in both as well as a level 4 module, BBC Radio: cultural talk, and public purposes.