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Research interests

My research interests are broadly centred around social geographies of identity, ‘race’, nation and belonging, with particular focus on the UK. Connected to these broad interests, I am also concerned with legacies of colonialism, intersections of ‘race’ and class, migration, integration, suburban multiculture, and politics of indigeneity, genealogy and relatedness.

Supervisory Interests

I welcome applications for PhD research from students interested in conducting qualitative research and particularly with projects relating to place/space, identities and belonging; Britishness, nationhood and nationalism; boundaries and borders; communities, hope and solidarity; migration, integration and citizenship; race/racism, whiteness; and/or class. 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, National Lives, Local Voices: Boundaries, Hierarchies and Possibilities of Belonging, University of Sussex

1 Oct 20148 Dec 2017

Award Date: 22 Jan 2018

External positions

Knowledge Exchange and Impact Coordinator, University of Sussex

1 Mar 2021 → …


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