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.
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.
Former UCL PhD students:
Melanie Garson, “The Third Pillar: Supporting Settlements to End Protracted Conflicts” (primary supervisor), 2009-2017. Now at UCL, London.
Andreas Juon, “Status Equalization, Threat Alleviation, or Reification? The Effects of Ethno-Accommodation on the Salience of Ethnic Identities” (primary supervisor), 2016-2020. Now at ETH Zurich.
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 University of Zurich.
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), 2012-2020. Now at CGA Technologies, Tanzania.
International Conflict and Cooperation (undergraduate, SPP/EISPS).
Political Violence and Intrastate Conflicts (undergraduate, EISPS).
IR section of Introduction to European History, Law, Politics and Philosophy (undergraduate, EISPS).
Conflict Resolution and Post-War Development (postgraduate, SPP).