I am the Rank-Manning Junior Research Fellow in Social Sciences at New College, Oxford. I have experience publishing work both in academic and non-academic media, and my research focuses on genocides and other 'mass atrocity' crimes against civilians, particularly the ideological dynamics of such phenomena. I also work more generally on political ideology, and violence. I teach University of Oxford undergraduates in International Relations, Political Theory and Sociological Theory.
Rank-Manning Junior Research Fellow in Social Sciences, New College, University of Oxford
College Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, St. Anne's College, University of Oxford
University of Oxford, D.Phil in Politics
University of Oxford, M.Phil in Politics: Political Theory
King's College London, BA in War Studies & History
Rethinking the Role of Ideology in Mass Atrocities, Terrorism and Political Violence
A map of the field of ideological analysis, Journal of Political Ideologies