Associate Professor in Politics, University of Leeds

Videogames are increasingly important politically and my work reflects this. My present work focuses on the nature of the representations within videogames and their social and political consequences. Such issues have important consequences for the accessibility of games and the way they are understood politically.

Prior to that I have been engaged in research on the EU which covers issues such as the equitable distribution of EU resources and issues centred on the exercise of power.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor in Politics, University of Leeds