Cathy Bergin's research focuses on the historical discourses of black Communist radicalism. She teaches in politics, philosophy and aesthetics.
Bob Brecher is a moral and political philosopher with special interests in the philosophical issues surrounding conflict and the ethics of education.
Tom Bunyard lectures and researches in the humanities, and specialises in cultural and critical theory, philosophy and politics.
Deanna Dadusc's work examines configurations of power and resistance, focusing on the criminalisation of social movements and migration politics.
Mark Devenney researches in contemporary political philosophy. His teaching includes courses on Marx and Freud and he leads the Humanities Programme.
Dr Burke's research is the politics and international relations of the Middle East, with specific interests in social movements and nationalism.
Paul Hopper's research and teaching interests revolve around globalisation, especially in relation to cultural conflict and the environment.
My research focuses on psychoanalytic theory and practice, with specific attention to the place of psychoanalysis as a critical discourse.
Andy Knott works in an interdisciplinary manner, largely combining political theory, history, and (continental) philosophy.
Dr Anthony Leaker lectures in cultural and critical theory, with research specialisms in contemporary fiction, Wittgenstein, and cultural politics.
Research includes The Loss of the Great Outdoors: Neither Correlationist Gem nor Kantian Catastrophe
Zeina Maasri lectures in critical history and politics with research specialisms in Middle East Studies and in global art and design history.
Victoria Margree researches in the areas of late Victorian and Edwardian literature, and contemporary feminist theory and literature
Patricia McManus is a lecturer in media and cultural history. She works with modern cultural practices and forms especially the history of the novel.
Michael Neu's special interests are in political and moral philosophy, specifically moral questions pertaining to violence.
Dr Schlembach's research is in theoretical developments in social movement, with a focus on debates in critical theory and the Frankfurt School.
Rebecca Searle is a historian who lectures in the humanities and uses the study of the past to engage in the politics of the present.
Dr Shahvisi's interests are in applied philosophy, notably reproductive ethics, feminist bioethics, scientific methodology and the ethics of labour.
Zöe Sutherland lectures and researches in the humanities, specialising in philosophy, critical theory, aesthetics and politics.
Research has focused on the relationship between politics, life and violence.
Peter’s research focuses on questions relating to the ethics and justice of health and health care.
Dr Clare Woodford's research interests include theories of gender, ideology and pedagogy, Marxism and post-Marxism, activism and the arts.
English lecturer John Wrighton interests are in American literature and culture, experimental poetry, and the “turn to ethics” in literary theory.
AHRC/TECHNE Doctoral Scholarship | The Relationship between Neoliberalism and Democracy
The Purloined Letters for Transitional Analysis: Towards a Theory and Politics of Emancipatory Production
Yaar Dagan Peretz
Sybille De La Rosa
Jurgen De Wispelaere
Bru Laín Escandell
Matthijs van de Sande
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