Dr Peter Campbell
Culture, Policy, Cities and Data
Peter's research to date has focused upon cultural policy, and on attempts to align culture and creativity with processes of socioeconomic urban regeneration.
Dr Ekaterina Balabanova
Senior Lecturer in Political Communication
Katia’s research interests lie at the intersection of international politics and international communication.
Dr Rachel Ashman
A Cultural Explorer of the Digital Economy
Rachel's research focuses on the interface between digital modes of communication and consumers.
Dr Firat Cengiz
Marie Curie Fellow: Law & Economics and Governance
Firat's primary research interests cover a wide range of issues in European governance, including EU economic governance and EU’s external policies.
Dr Sandeep Parmar
Poet, New Generation Thinker and Researcher in Modernist Literature
Sandeep is a poet and critic of contemporary British and American poetry as well as a researcher in Modernist Literature.
Professor Peter Shirlow
Expert in Conflict Transformation and Social Justice Research
Peter’s research focuses on the themes of conflict transformation and social justice.
Professor Sally Sheard
Health and Social Policy Historian
Sally's research is mainly concerned with the interface between experts and policymakers in 20th century health policy.
Dr Pippa Hunter-Jones
Health: Service, People and Service Systems
Pippa is currently working on multiple projects linked to the patient experience and service (re)design within primary and acute health contexts.
Dr Liz Turner
Lecturer in Sociology and Criminology in Singapore
Liz’s research is animated by an interest in democratic theory and how this connects to a range of social practices and institutions.
Professor Claire Taylor
Professor of Latin American Culture and Chair of the Faculty Outcomes Group
Claire’s research topics include women's writing in Latin America, and Latin(o) American digital culture.
Dr Daniel Whistler
Philosopher of Religion and Humboldt Fellow
Dan researches on the history of philosophy, particularly 18th and 19th century French and German philosophies, as well as contemporary philosophy of religion.
Professor Sarah Peverley
Medievalist, Book Historian and Broadcaster
Sarah teaches and researches medieval literature and history.
Dr Michelle Farrell
Moral, political and critical theory on international law and human rights
Michelle's research interests are in moral, political and critical theory on human rights and in individual rights.
Professor John Gowlett
Discussing human evolution at the Vatican
Professor John Gowlett visited the Vatican as part of a three-day workshop organised by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences on human evolution.
Dr Greg Lynall
The relationship between literature, science and technology
Gregg's main area of research interest is the relationship between literature and science, particularly in the eighteenth century.
Professor Helen Stalford
European children's rights
is a leading expert in European Children's Rights, actively engaged with European institutions and NGOs.