Title: Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations Interest: Brexit, European Integration, IR theoryBackground: I grew up in the north of England and am a graduate of the University of Cambridge (BA Social and Political Studies and M.Phil. Historical Studies) as well as a former Joseph Hodges Choate Fellow at Harvard University from 2000-01.
Title: Senior Lecturer in Politics and International RelationsInterest: Regional politics, decentralisation, German politics, federalism, political communicationBackground: European Politics
Title: Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations Interest: German Politics, Housing Policy, federalism, decentralisation and public policy Background: European Politics
Title: Professor of Politics and International RelationsInterest: Political Leadership, Political Rhetoric, Party Politics, UK Politics, French Politics. Background: Political theory
Title: 50th Anniversary Professor of Politics / Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research)Interest: European and German Politics, Immigration and Citizenship in EuropeBackground: I gained my PhD in contemporary German politics in 2000 from the University of Birmingham. After academic posts at the Universities of Portsmouth and Birmingham, I joined Aston in 2008 as Professor of Politics. I co-founded the Aston Centre for Europe in 2009.
Title: Lecturer in Politics and SpanishInterest: Spanish politics, Southern Europe, nationalist movements, federalism and decentralisationBackground: First class BA and MSt in Modern Languages (University of Oxford), PhD in Politics (University of Liverpool)
Title: Senior Lecturer in Politics and International RelationsInterest: Peacebuilding, transitional justice, refugee crisis, political and urban geography, Western BalkansBackground: International relations, ethnography and area studies
Title: Lecturer in Politics and International RelationsInterests: Southeast Asian international relations and security, regionalism, governance, sovereignty and interventionBackground: International relations.
Title: Lecturer in Politics and International RelationsInterest: Political rhetoric, ideology, British politics, national identityBackground: Political Theory
Title: Professor of IndustryInterest: Economic Restructuring, Industrial Policy and Foreign InvestmentBackground: Ph.D.Industrial Development Policy in and for a Globalising Economy. Birmingham Business School (2003), M.Soc.Sc. Russian and East European Studies / Economics. University of Birmingham. (Funded by an ESRC Competition Award) (1990), B.Soc.Sc. Economics. First Class Honours. University of Birmingham (1988)
Title: Lecturer in Politics and International RelationsInterest: International Ethics, Critical International Relations, Migration & CitizenshipBackground: Ph.D, International Relations (St. Andrews) M. Litt. International Security Studies (St. Andrews) M. Ed. (Aston University, June 2017), B.A. (Hons), Political Science (McGill University)
Title: Senior Lecturer in Politics and International RelationsInterests: European Security, European Union Justice and Home Affairs, organised crime, cyber security.Background: International Relations; European Union Studies.
Title: Lecturer in PoliticsInterest: Theories of political culture and state transformationBackground: comparative politics
Title: Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Associate Dean Portfolio Development and Recruitment Interests: North Korea, Foreign Policy, International Security, International Relations, Rogue States Background: International Relations and Conflict Resolution
Title: Lecturer, Politics & International RelationsInterests: Democratization and Regime Change, Civil-Military Relations, Turkish Politics, Greek PoliticsBackground: Comparative Politics and International Relations with a Ph.D and M.A. in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia, USA and a B.A. in International Relations from Koc University, Turkey
Title: Lecturer in Politics and International RelationsInterests: America in the World, narratives of ‘freedom’, museums, oral history, 9/11, CIABackground: diplomatic history/international security
Title: Lecturer in Politics and International RelationsInterest: international and European human rights policy, particularly in the fields of gender and religionBackground: cross-disciplinary research on international norms and organisations
Title: Reader in Politics and International RelationsInterest: Religion and Politics in The EUBackground: Politics and International Relations, Law and Theology
Title: Senior Lecturer in Politics and International RelationsInterests: Welfare State Politics in Western Europe, Regions and Regionalism, German Politics, Swedish PoliticsBackground: PhD in Politics (University of Wales, Cardiff, 2000), MA in Politics and Applied Linguistics (University of Leipzig, 1994).
Title: Lecturer in Politics and International RelationsInterests: Class and Politics, Political Culture, Populism, Cyber Governance, Chinese Politics Background: History (BA King’s College London), Development Studies (MPhil & PhD, University of Cambridge)
Title: Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Aston UniversityInterest: European Union, interest groups, and regulation of music industryBackground: Comparative politics
Title: Lecturer in Politics and International Relations; Deputy Director of the Aston Centre for EuropeInterest: politics of development aid, political economy of foreign direct investmentBackground: political economy
Title: Lecturer in Politics and International Relations Interests: Local and Regional Politics and Public Policy, Social Policy, Party Politics, Populism Background: Comparative Politics and Public Policy
Title: Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Aston UniversityInterest: Party politics, Territorial politics, Spanish politics, ActivismBackground: Comparative politics
Title: Lecturer in International Relations, Aston University Interest: Comparative Regionalism, International Relations of East AsiaBackground: International Relations,Business Management and EconomicsAuthor of: Regionalism, Globalisation and International Order, 2007, Aldershot, Ashgate; The European Union and Global Governance: A Handbook, 2011, London, Routledge (with D.J. Bailey).
Browser does not support script.