I supervise both Masters and Doctoral students for the Department of Politics and International Relations and the Oxford Department of International Development. I generally supervise dissertations focused on genocide, political violence, terrorism, civilian victimization, and the role of ideology in international politics.
My current graduate thesis supervisees and topics/titles include:
outreach and public events
I have a great interest in communicating my research to non-specialist and non-academic audiences who desire to understand genocide and other forms of horrific violence, and in conducting outreach events that help advise and inform students about applying to Oxford.
I have conducted talks at local Oxford schools, for the UNIQ summer schools programme, at the Ashmoleon Museum LiveFriday events, and for a range of university societies such as the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Network and the Oxford Union. I also provide guidance briefings on applying to PPE for the Department of Politics and International Relations.
I also have some media experience, having acted as an expert commentator for print media, and appearing for interviews on BBC Radio Oxford.
Anyone interested in asking me to be involved in such events should contact me using the details at the bottom of this page.