Lecturer in Latin American Politics/International Development, Queen Mary University of London

Angus joined the School of Politics and IR as a lecturer in January 2019, having previously taught at King’s College London as well as the QMUL School of Management and Business. He was previously a PhD student at SPIR, completing his doctoral project in March 2019.

Angus’ PhD project focused on the experiences of the urban working-classes under the progressive government of Evo Morales in Bolivia, where he has spent a significant amount of time conducting research. His research interests are critical political economy, state formation, urban space and cities, social movements, left-wing governments and Latin American political thought. He is currently part of the QMUL Latin America network, Latin American Geographies-UK and co-organises the Urban and Regional Political Economy working group in the International Initiative for the Promotion of Political Economy.

Experience

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    Lecturer in Latin American Politics/International Development, Queen Mary University of London