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Five Years Tutoring Experience in a wide range of Arts & Humanities Subjects, Trained and Experienced Anthropologist.
- Roehampton University
As a trained anthropologist lecturer and researcher I have worked extensively on research methods, ethics, minority and human rights issues as well as nationalism, terrorism and conflict issues.
During my research on the Basque conflict in Spain I learned how to conduct research ethically and safely in a difficult political climate. Based on fieldwork in the Basque country, I have presented papers at several international conferences on themes such as political violence, the anthropology of Human Rights and doing fieldwork in conflict zones.
I am a doctoral researcher at the LSE's Department of International Relations. I have a first-class degree from Cambridge and distinction-grade master's degrees.
- School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London)
- London School of Economics and Political Science (University of London)
- University of Cambridge
I am currently a doctoral researcher at the LSE's Department of International Relations (IR) - one of the world's leading universities for this subject. As part of my PhD, I have also been awarded ESRC funding, which is highly prestigious (only two awards are made by the department each year). While my specialism is in the politics and IR of East Asia, my broad training and experience mean that I have expertise in a range of IR and political theory, as well as regional expertise in the UK, Europe, US etc.
Previously I obtained a first-class undergraduate degree from Cambridge (Trinity College), and distinction-grade master's degrees from SOAS, University of London and the LSE. My writing has been published in both academic and journalistic sources.
Between my undergraduate and master's degree, I trained as a lawyer and worked for three years at the top international firm Slaughter and May. Ultimately, however, I decided that a career in commercial law was not for me, and returned to university to pursue a career in academia and teaching.