Research Student Supervision
I work with PhD students who do research on a range of important questions about political violence. For information about UCL’s PhD program, see here.
Current UCL PhD students:
Sam Erkiletian, “Former Combatants and Resocialization Programs” (co-supervisor), 2019-present.
Jennifer Hodge, “Theorizing the Transformative Quality of Transitional Justice Processes” (co-supervisor), 2018-present.
Andreas Juon, “Status Equalization, Threat Alleviation, or Reification? The Effects of Ethno-Accommodation on the Salience of Ethnic Identities” (primary supervisor), 2016-present.
Dominic Perera, “Civic Space, Civil Society, and Citizen Action: Responses to a Declining Environment for Civic Activism” (co-supervisor), 2017-present.
Kit Rickard, “Cooperation or Competition: How External Support Shapes Rebel Behavior in Intrastate Conflict” (primary supervisor), 2017-present.
Beth Souris, “Transnational Ethnic Groups and Civil Conflict: The Impact of the Karen’s Transnational Ethnic Kin Groups on the KNU Insurgency in Myanmar” (secondary supervisor), 2012-present.
Former UCL PhD students:
Melanie Garson, “The Third Pillar: Supporting Settlements to End Protracted Conflicts” (primary supervisor), 2009-2017. Now at UCL, London.
Sarah Leo, “Carrots vs. Sticks: How Should Governments Deal with Terrorist Violence?” (secondary supervisor), 2015-2020. Now at The Economist.
Hannah Smidt, “The Impact of International Peacekeeping on Election-Related Violence in Post-Civil War Countries” (co-supervisor), 2013-2017. Now at GIGA, Hamburg.
International Relations Theories (undergraduate). More.
Political Violence and Intrastate Conflicts (undergraduate). More.
IR section of Introduction to European History, Law, Politics and Philosophy (undergraduate). More.
Conflict Resolution and Post-War Development (postgraduate). More.