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|
|To be updated||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
|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.
|Ben Worthy and Dermot Hodson|
|Faye Curtis (2018 Cohort)
War, violence and the existential female warrior – a comparative historical analysis of Sisters in Arms
|David Suber (2019 Cohort)
The role of applied security measures in EU bordering states, geo-spatial analysis and human rights.
|Dr Ella Cockbain|