Political and Judicial Processes

The Political and Judicial Processes grouping comprises three disciplinary pathways: Interdisciplinary Area Studies; Law, Socio-Legal Studies and Criminology; and Politics and International Relations.

Use the links below to view profiles of our current students:

 Interdisciplinary Area Studies
Marta Kotwas (2017 Cohort)
Kitsch Politics: What stands behind the success of right-wing populism in Poland?
Prof Jan Kubik
Law, Socio-legal Studies and Criminology
Becka Hudson (2018 Cohort)
A Legal Anthropology of Personality Disorder
Professor Roland Littlewood
Mercedes Malcomson (2018 Cohort)
Foreignness, Russianness and legitimacy in the practice and discourse of human rights defence in Russia since 2012
Professor Bill Bowring
Politics and International Relations
Christopher Rickard (2017 Cohort)
Cooperation or Competition: How External Support Shapes Rebel Behaviour in Intrastate Conflict
Prof Kristin M. Bakke
Scott McLaughlan (2017 Cohort)
Uneven Development and the Rise of Contemporary Populism in the Global South: Hindutva and the Milli Görüş Movement in Comparative Perspective
Dr Alejandro Colás
Alessandro Colasanti (2018 Cohort)
The Cyber-Revolution of World Politics? Assessing the Impact of Cyberwar on the Hierarchy of Power in Interstate Relations
Antoine Bousquet
Conor Kelly (2018 Cohort)
Sinn Féin and the Democratic Unionist Party from Maastricht to Brexit. An analysis of the factors which influence political parties positions on Europe.
Prof Eric Kaufmann
Faye Curtis (2018 Cohort)
War, violence and the existential female warrior – a comparative historical analysis of Sisters in Arms
Antoine Bousquet