Foreign, Security and development policy

Foreign, security and development policies are a major focus for the University and for policy makers. These researchers are actively engaging with the policy process and would welcome further engagement from policy makers. 

Professor Anthony Arnull

Professor Anthony Arnull

Barber Professor of Jurisprudence

Anthony Arnull specialises in the law of the European Union. He worked at the European Court of Justice from 1989-92 and was Head of Birmingham Law School between 2006 and 2009. He was Acting Head of the College of Arts & Law at Birmingham from April to August 2015. Professor Arnull is the author of The General Principles of EEC Law and the Individual (Leicester University Press, 1990); The ...

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+44 (0) 121 414 6295
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a.m.arnull@bham.ac.uk

Professor Kate Bedford

Professor Kate Bedford

Professor of Law

Kate is an interdisciplinary scholar, with a background in political economy, development, socio-legal studies, and gender/sexuality studies. Her first monograph (Developing Partnerships: Gender, Sexuality and the Reformed World Bank, 2009) explored the World Bank’s gender and development lending in Latin America. She is involved in a new project exploring the consequences of the turn to ...

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k.bedford@bham.ac.uk

Dr Jakub Beneš

Dr Jakub Beneš

Lecturer in Modern European History, 1800-1950

Modern east central Europe, workers’ and peasants’ movements, war and society.

Email
j.benes@bham.ac.uk

Professor Jon Binner

Professor Jon Binner

Deputy Head of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences
Professor of Ceramic Sciences and Engineering

Jon Binner is Professor of Ceramic Science & Engineering in the School of Metallurgy and Materials and Deputy Head of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. He took up both of these posts January 2014. Professor Binner is also President of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining

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(+44) (0)121 414 4396
Email
j.binner@bham.ac.uk

Dr Jonathan Boff

Dr Jonathan Boff

Senior Lecturer in modern History

As a historian, I am primarily interested in how institutions and individuals respond to the challenges of war. I believe that this is best studied using an approach which is both comparative and cross-disciplinary.

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+44 (0)121 414 5512
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j.f.boff@bham.ac.uk

Dr Katherine Brown

Dr Katherine Brown

Senior Lecturer in Islamic Studies
Head of Department

I am interested in Muslim women's involvement in violent religious politics, specifically Islam. My work examines the ways in which gendered jihadi narratives motivate and enfranchise, and how they combine with everyday experiences of living and politics. I also examine how counter-terrorism and counter-radicalisation programmes impact on religious women’s ...

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k.e.brown@bham.ac.uk

Dr Luke R. A. Butler

Dr Luke R. A. Butler

Lecturer

Dr Luke R.A. Butler is a commercial lawyer with a general research interest in all aspects of law, policy and theory relating to government contracts and government commerce. Luke is best known for his research on regulation in complex industries, in particular, but not exclusively, the defence sector. At Birmingham, Luke teaches an unusually diverse range of subjects both in his areas of ...

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0121 414 7029
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l.r.a.butler@bham.ac.uk

Professor Janine Natalya Clark

Professor of Gender, Transitional Justice and International Criminal Law

Professor Janine Natalya Clark joined Birmingham Law School in October 2014. Her main research and teaching interests include sexual violence in conflict, international criminal courts, transitional justice, genocide and ethnic conflict. She is best known for her work on the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), and she recently presented her work at the Tribunal's ...

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0121 414 6316
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j.n.clark@bham.ac.uk

Dr Tom Cutterham

Dr Tom Cutterham

Lecturer in United States History

Tom Cutterham is a historian of Revolutionary America and the late eighteenth-century Atlantic world. He teaches the history of North America from the first English colonisations to the end of the nineteenth century, including courses on women in the American Revolution and the meaning of freedom in American history. Following his first book, Gentlemen Revolutionaries: Power and Justice in the ...

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0121 414 5747
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t.cutterham@bham.ac.uk

Professor Fiona de Londras

Professor Fiona de Londras

Professor of Global Legal Studies
Deputy Head of Birmingham Law School

Professor de Londras’ research concerns constitutionalism, human rights and transnationalism. She is particularly interested in the role and function of rights in contentious policy fields, enquiring about whether—and if so how—rights shape the making of law and policy in complex contexts of, for example, counter-terrorism, the European Court of Human Rights, and abortion law in ...

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+44 (0)121 414 6318
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f.delondras@bham.ac.uk

Professor Rilka Dragneva-Lewers

Professor Rilka Dragneva-Lewers

Professor of International Legal Studies

Rilka Dragneva-Lewers is Professor of International Legal Studies at Birmingham Law School. She works on regional integration, EU external policy, legal reform and international diffusion of norms with a special reference to Eastern Europe. Her recent publications focus on Eurasian economic integration and its overlaps with EU initiatives in the post-Soviet region. Rilka’s work has strong ...

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0121 414 3146
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r.dragnevalewers@bham.ac.uk

Professor Nelson Enonchong

Professor Nelson Enonchong

Barber Professor of Law

Professor Enonchong is the author of three major practitioner works in the field of banking and commercial law. He has advised in a number of complex international commercial disputes and has acted as an arbitrator in international commercial arbitrations

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+44 (0)121 414 6283
Email
n.e.enonchong@bham.ac.uk

Mairead Enright

Mairead Enright

Senior Lecturer

Máiréad Enright joined Birmingham Law School in 2016. Her research is in feminist legal studies and law and religion. She is especially interested in how patriarchal legal and religious structures can be resisted and changed. Her research in this respect looks beyond traditional methods of law reform to consider illegality, protest, private litigation, and experimental legal ...

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(0)121 414 6299
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m.enright@bham.ac.uk

Dr Seb Eskauriatza

Dr Seb Eskauriatza

Teaching Fellow

Seb completed his LLB and LLM degrees at the University of Bristol.  He joined Birmingham Law School in 2013.  His research focuses on the jus post bellum with a focus on post-conflict Colombia.

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(0)121 414 6308
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s.eskauriatza@bham.ac.uk

Dr Jonathan Fisher

Dr Jonathan Fisher

Reader in African Politics
Academic Director of the Governance and Social Development Resource Centre (GSDRC)

Jonathan's research is focused on the place and agency of African states in the international system, particularly in the realm of security and conflict. Within this he is interested in the role played by African governments in shaping how they are perceived and engaged with by Western actors. He has a particular interest in eastern Africa and the influence of guerrilla heritage on contemporary ...

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+44 (0)121 414 3492
Email
j.fisher@bham.ac.uk

Professor Rebecca Gould

Professor Rebecca Gould

Professor and Professorial Research Fellow, Islamic World and Comparative Literature

Rebecca Gould is the author of Writers and Rebels: The Literature of Insurgency in the Caucasus (Yale University Press, 2016), which was awarded the University of Southern California Book Prize in Literary and Cultural Studies and the best book award by the Association for Women in Slavic Studies, and the translator of After Tomorrow the Days Disappear: Ghazals and Other Poems ...

Email
r.r.gould@bham.ac.uk

Dr Peter Gray

Dr Peter Gray

Senior Research Fellow in Air Power Studies
Centre for War Studies

I joined the University of Birmingham on 1st September 2008 as a Senior Research Fellow in Air Power Studies having retired from the Royal Air Force in June 2008.  My career has been a mixture of practicing, studying and writing on air power and wider aspects of international relations and defence policy.

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+44(0)121 41 48423
Email
p.w.gray@bham.ac.uk

Dr Steve Hewitt

Dr Steve Hewitt

Senior Lecturer in American and Canadian Studies

I’m a British/Canadian academic interested in security and intelligence in the past and present and in a US/UK/Canada context.  My work has covered a range of topics, such as state surveillance against Canadian universities, UK and US counter-terrorism, a history of informants, and the world's most famous police force, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 

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+44 (0)121 414 6634
Email
s.r.hewitt@bham.ac.uk

Professor David Hudson

Professor David Hudson

Birmingham Professorial Research Fellow in Politics and Development

David Hudson is the Professorial Research Fellow in Politics and Development at the University of Birmingham and the Deputy Director of the Developmental Leadership Program (DLP).

He has written widely on the politics of development, in particular on the role of coalitions, leadership and power in reform processes and how development actors can think and work politically as part of the ...

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+44 (0)121 414 3496
Email
d.e.hudson@bham.ac.uk

Dr Adrian Hunt

Dr Adrian Hunt

Senior Lecturer

Dr Adrian Hunt teaches and researches in the fields of public law, human rights, crime, and aspects of international law.  He has a particular interest in legal responses to terrorism and has worked as a consultant for the Council of Europe and the OSCE on aspects of counter-terrorism law. His published work in that field has been cited by UK Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human ...

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+44 (0)121 414 6326
Email
a.hunt@bham.ac.uk

Dr Simon Jackson

Dr Simon Jackson

Lecturer in Modern Middle Eastern History
Director, Centre for Modern and Contemporary History

I am an historian of colonial empire with a special focus on the Middle East and the Mediterranean in the twentieth century.

I work on the discourse and politics of economic development in the French League of Nations Mandate in Syria and Lebanon, on the history of Fordism in the post-Ottoman Middle East, and on the global history of colonial commodities and natural resources.

For full details ...

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+44 (0)121 41 48113
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s.jackson.1@bham.ac.uk

Dr Haifaa Jawad

Dr Haifaa Jawad

Senior Lecturer in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies
Director of Centre for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies

Broadly speaking, my research interests lie within Islamic studies and Middle Eastern politics and history; my research interests and writings cover areas such as the socio-political study of Islam, Modern and contemporary Islamic thought, Women in Islam, Feminism and Islam, Islam in Britain, especially New Muslims, Islam and the West, Islamism and Extremism, Islamic beliefs and practices, Islam ...

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+44(0)121 41 58337
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h.a.jawad@bham.ac.uk

Dr Jagbir Jhutti-Johal

Dr Jagbir Jhutti-Johal

Senior Lecturer in Sikh Studies

I am a Senior Lecturer in Sikh Studies at the University of Birmingham. My research encompasses a range of related topics in Sikh Studies, such as gender and Sikhism, science and Sikhism and contemporary Sikhism.

On the teaching side, I teach Introduction to Sikhism (second-year undergraduate); Placement Module (second–year undergraduate); and an MPhil(B) course on Sikh Studies, MA in ...

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+44 (0)121 41 58338
Email
j.jhuttijohal.1@bham.ac.uk

Dr Helle Jørgensen

Dr Helle Jørgensen

Lecturer in Cultural Heritage Studies

An anthropologist by education, I enjoy doing interdisciplinary research. My main interest is the production of heritage in post/colonial contexts and the associated politics of history, social memory and development, including local as well as transnational relations and practices, from heritage management to tourism and the social lives of the people living near designated heritage sites.

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+44 (0)121 414 5498
Email
h.jorgensen@bham.ac.uk

Professor Sabine Lee

Professor in Modern History
Head of School of History and Cultures

Having graduated from the University of Düsseldorf with a degree in mathematics, history and philosophy I completed an M.Phil in International Relations and PhD in Modern History at the University of Cambridge. I took up a lectureship in European history at the University of Hull in 1993 before joining the Department of Modern History here at Birmingham in 1994.

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+44(0)121 414 5749
Email
s.lee@bham.ac.uk

Professor Heather Marquette

Professor Heather Marquette

Professor of Development Politics
Director of Research, Developmental Leadership Program (DLP)

Heather Marquette is Professor of Development Politics in the International Development Department, School of Government and Society, University of Birmingham, and the Director of Research for the Developmental Leadership Program (www.dlprog.org). 

Heather has 14 years international experience in research, policy advice, consultancy and training in governance and anti-corruption. A ...

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+44 (0)121 414 2296
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h.a.marquette@bham.ac.uk

Dr Natasa Mavronicola

Dr Natasa Mavronicola

Senior Lecturer in Law

Dr Mavronicola researches and teaches on human rights, public law, and legal theory, as well as on the interplay between counter-terrorism and human rights and on key intersections between human rights and criminal justice. She has published work in a number of journals, including the Human Rights Law Review and the Modern Law Review.

Dr Mavronicola currently serves as Special Adviser to the ...

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(0)121 414 9038
Email
n.mavronicola@bham.ac.uk

Dr Karen McAuliffe

Dr Karen McAuliffe

Reader in Law
Birmingham Fellow

Dr McAuliffe’s principal area of research focuses on the relationship between law, language and translation in the EU legal order.  By clarifying the ways in which language plays a key role in determining judicial outcomes at the EU level, she challenges EU scholarship to look beyond more conventional approaches to the development of a rule of law that draw on law alone.  Her work ...

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0121 414 7269
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k.mcauliffe@bham.ac.uk

Claire Mcloughlin

Claire Mcloughlin

Lecturer

Claire’s research focuses on the political sociology of vital public service delivery in conflict-affected and divided societies. In particular, she is interested in the politics of distributive justice and procedural fairness in service delivery, and the historical processes that embed welfare provision in social contracts. She has published on how and when services become significant for ...

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+44 (0)121 414 3120
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c.mcloughlin@bham.ac.uk

Dr Lydia Morgan

Dr Lydia Morgan

Research Fellow

Dr Lydia Morgan is currently a research fellow on the Joseph Rowntree Foundation funded project Counter-Terrorism Review with Professor Fiona de Londras (Birmingham) and Dr Jessie Blackbourn (Oxford). The project seeks to map and evaluate how counter-terrorism laws and measures are legally accountable and through empirical research understand how it works in practice. Lydia also researches and ...

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l.morgan@bham.ac.uk

Professor Jorgen Nielsen

Professor Jorgen Nielsen

Professor of Contemporary European Islam

My main research interest is Islam in Europe but I also maintain interests in Shari’a and Christian-Muslim relations in Europe and the Middle East.

Email
j.s.nielsen@bham.ac.uk

Dr Yoana Fernanda Nieto Valdivieso

Research Fellow in Gender and Transitional Justice

Dr Yoana F. Nieto Valdivieso joined Birmingham Law School in September 2017. Her research interests are in Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration of combatants from a Gender Perspective, Transitional Justice, Sexual Violence in war and armed conflict, and Feminist Theories of War and Armed Conflict. Yoana is currently working with Dr Janine N. Clark on a five-year project funded by the ...

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y.f.fernandavaldivieso@bham.ac.uk

Dr Insa Nolte

Dr Insa Nolte

Reader in African Studies
Head of Department of African Studies and Anthropology

My research focuses on the importance of private and everyday life for wider social relations and political processes in the Yoruba-speaking Southwest of Nigeria. My current work centres on encounters and relations between Yoruba Muslims, Christians, and traditionalists, and explores religion and gender in multi-religious marriages and family life.

The study of the relationship between the ...

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+44 (0)121 414 5129
Email
m.i.nolte@bham.ac.uk

Dr Walters Nsoh

Dr Walters Nsoh

Lecturer
Deputy Director of Postgraduate Research (Admissions and Funding)

Dr Walters Nsoh is an expert on environmental law and policy. His work relates primarily to the intersection between property (land) law and environmental law, the legal and policy challenges to nature conservation and the sustainable management of natural resources in developed and developing countries. His work has featured in academic and practitioner publications and he regularly contributes ...

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+44 (0)121 414 3106
Email
w.nsoh@bham.ac.uk

Professor Fiona Nunan

Professor Fiona Nunan

Professor of Environment and Development
Director of the International Development Department

Fiona's interests and experience focus on natural resource governance and management in developing country settings, particularly within inland fisheries and coastal locations in East and Southern Africa, and on exploring the links between poverty and the environment.

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+44 (0) 121 414 3061
Email
f.s.nunan@bham.ac.uk

Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili

Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili

Senior Lecturer

Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili has taught and researched public international law at four British universities over the past 16 years. His teaching also includes elements of criminal law and jurisprudence. He is a frequent speaker at international conferences and seminars on developments in public international law, and has given invited papers at the events and conferences held in UK, USA, France, ...

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+44 (0)121 414 6284
Email
a.orakhelashvili@bham.ac.uk

Dr Martin Ottmann

Dr Martin Ottmann

Birmingham Fellow

Martin Ottmann is a political scientist working on civil wars, peace agreements and post-war development. His research combines advanced statistical research methods with qualitative case studies.

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+44 (0)121 415 1076
Email
m.ottmann@bham.ac.uk

Dr Wouter Peeters

Dr Wouter Peeters

Lecturer in Global Ethics

I am a Lecturer in Global Ethics. My main interests are in climate change, environmental sustainability, social justice, cosmopolitanism and bioethics. I also dabble in intersubjective ethics and recognition theory.

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+44 (0) 121 414 8525
Email
w.peeters@bham.ac.uk

Dr Klaus Richter

Dr Klaus Richter

Birmingham Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Eastern European History

My main field of research is the modern history of East Central Europe and the Baltics. I am especially interested in the history of nationalism, of statehood and of war and occupation.

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+44 (0)121 41 45514
Email
k.richter@bham.ac.uk

Professor Mike Robinson

Professor Mike Robinson

Professor of Cultural Heritage
Director, Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage

I am Director of the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage - a major inter-disciplinary research and graduate Institute working with the World Heritage Site and associated museums of Ironbridge.

My interests lie in how we produce and consume categories of heritage within changing cultural and cross-cultural contexts. I am particularly interested in how tourists experience ...

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+44 (0)121 414 3119
Email
m.d.robinson@bham.ac.uk

Dr Benedetta Rossi

Dr Benedetta Rossi

Reader in African History and Anthropology
Departmental Head of Postgraduate Studies (Taught and Research)

I work on the history and anthropology of twentieth-century West Africa, with a focus on Hausa and Tuareg societies in the Republic of Niger. My recent publications focus on slavery; emancipation; labour; migrations; governance; and the history and impacts of planned development. 

Personal website:  www.benedettarossi.com

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+44 (0)121 41 47343
Email
b.rossi@bham.ac.uk

Professor Oliver Scharbrodt

Professor Oliver Scharbrodt

Professor of Islamic Studies

I research modern, contemporary and classical forms of Islam, employing both historical and ethnographic research methods. My interests include modern Islamic reform, Shia Islam, Sufism, Islamic messianism and as well as the historical and contemporary presence of Muslims in Europe. I am particularly interested in making current theories and methods in Religious Studies relevant to the academic ...

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+44 (0)121 41 43082
Email
o.scharbrodt@bham.ac.uk

Dr Manu Sehgal

Lecturer in South Asian History

I am historian of colonial South Asia with particular interest in the political and social history of the British empire. My work explores the critical importance of territorial contestation in shaping colonial rule during the long eighteenth century and articulations of sovereignty in colonial South Asia. I am also interested in gender history and law across the British empire

Email
m.sehgal@bham.ac.uk

Dr Mohammad (Shahab) Shahabuddin

Dr Mohammad (Shahab) Shahabuddin

Reader in International Law & Human Rights

Shahab teaches and researches in international law with special focus on history and theory of international law, ethnicity and nationalism, and human rights. He is the author of Ethnicity and International Law: Histories, Politics and Practices (Cambridge University Press, 2016). With a Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship (2018-2020), he is currently working on a new monograph: Internationa ...

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0121 414 9197
Email
m.shahabuddin@bham.ac.uk

Dr Yafa Shanneik

Dr Yafa Shanneik

Lecturer in Islamic Studies

My research focuses on the dynamics and trajectories of gender in Islam within the context of contemporary diasporic and transnational Muslim women’s spaces. I work on Muslim women communities in Europe and their transnational links to the Middle East. I also have a particular research interest in the authority and leadership of Muslim women and the changing nature of women’s ...

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+44 (0)121 414 9180
Email
y.shanneik@bham.ac.uk

Professor David Thomas

Professor David Thomas

Professor of Christianity and Islam
Nadir Dinshaw Professor of Interreligious Relations

For many years one of my specialist interests has been the history of religious thought in Islam and the structure of Islamic religious thinking. A particular aspect of this is relations between Muslims and followers of other faiths, especially Christianity. I have made this a major topic of my research and writing.

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+44 (0) 121 415 8373
Email
d.r.thomas.1@bham.ac.uk

Dr Bosko Tripkovic

Dr Bosko Tripkovic

Lecturer in Law

Dr Bosko Tripkovic researches and teaches in the areas of jurisprudence, constitutional law, and EU law. His book The Metaethics of Constitutional Adjudication (Oxford University Press 2017) develops an original theory of the role of values in constitutional reasoning, and combines insights from comparative constitutional law and metaethics. Dr Tripkovic has won the 2016 Mauro Cappelletti ...

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0121 414 7501
Email
b.tripkovic@bham.ac.uk

Professor Martin Trybus

Professor Martin Trybus

Professor of European Law and Policy

The research of Martin Trybus aims to make a contribution to the understanding and development of the Law of the European Union, especially its economic and constitutional aspects, to establish ‘European Union Defence and Security Law’ as a separate legal subject, and to contribute to the understanding and development of European Union Public Procurement Law.

 

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+44 (0)121 414 6330
Email
m.trybus@bham.ac.uk

Dr Gerasimos Tsourapas

Dr Gerasimos Tsourapas

Lecturer in Middle East Politics

Dr Gerasimos Tsourapas joined POLSIS as a Lecturer in Middle East Politics in 2016. His research focuses on the politics of migrants, refugees, and diasporas in the broader Middle East. He is currently the Principal Investigator in three research projects: “The International Politics of Middle East Migration: Problems, Policy, Practice,” funded by a British Academy Rising Star ...

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+44 (0)121 414 6263
Email
g.tsourapas@bham.ac.uk

Dr Ben Warwick

Dr Ben Warwick

Lecturer in Law

Ben Warwick’s research explores how economic factors affect human rights (and especially socio-economic rights). He is interested in the ways that laws and the institutions that enforce them change under such pressures. This has led him to write on the related questions of crisis, neoliberalism, and the reversal of rights protections. He is a specialist in international human rights, the ...

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0121 414 6288
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b.t.warwick@bham.ac.uk

Professor Nicholas J. Wheeler

Professor Nicholas J. Wheeler

Professor of International Relations
Director of the The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security

Nicholas J. Wheeler is Professor of International Relations and Director of the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation, and Security at the University of Birmingham.

His publications include (with Mlada Bukovansky, Ian Clark, Robyn Eckersley, Christian Reus-Smit, and Richard Price), Special Responsibilities: Global Problems and American Power (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2012); (with ...

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+44 (0)121 414 6215/Tina Aston: +44 (0)121 414 8398
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n.j.wheeler@bham.ac.uk

Dr Daniel Whittingham

Lecturer in the History of Warfare and Conflict

I am interested in all aspects of the conduct of war, but with a particular focus on British military history, military thought and strategy. My main research interests are British colonial warfare in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, counterinsurgency, the First World War and the Second World War. I am also interested in the development of military thought in Britain in the nineteenth and ...

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+44 (0)121 41 43203
Email
d.whittingham@bham.ac.uk

Professor Heather Widdows

Professor Heather Widdows

John Ferguson Professor of Global Ethics
Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor Research (Impact)

Professor Heather Widdows is the John Ferguson Professor of Global Ethics and the Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research Impact. In this role she seeks to support and extend the impact of Birmingham's research across policy, cultural and industrial sectors. Her track-record shows her commitment to public engagement and work with policy makers. As such she has served as a ...

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+44 (0)121 414 8399
Email
h.widdows@bham.ac.uk

Professor Stefan Wolff

Professor Stefan Wolff

Professor of International Security

A political scientist by background, Stefan Wolff specialises in the management of contemporary security challenges, especially in the prevention and settlement of ethnic conflicts and civil wars and in post-conflict state-building in deeply divided and war-torn societies.

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+44 (0)121 414 8230
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s.wolff@bham.ac.uk

Professor Karen Yeung

Professor Karen Yeung

Interdisciplinary Professorial Fellow in Law, Ethics and Informatics

Karen Yeung is the University of Birmingham’s first Interdisciplinary Chair, taking up the post of Interdisciplinary Professorial Fellow in Law, Ethics and Informatics at the University of Birmingham in the School of Law and the School of Computer Sciencein January 2018.  She has been a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Melbourne Law School since 2016. Together with Andrew Howes and ...

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0121 414 6298
Email
k.yeung@bham.ac.uk

Dr Hakeem O. Yusuf

Dr Hakeem O. Yusuf

Reader in Global Legal Studies

Dr Yusuf has done extensive research on the role of the judiciary in transitional societies which has attracted international recognition. In 2011, he was appointed and served as a Commissioner of Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Osun State (South-West Nigeria). He has also consulted for the International Commission of Jurists, Geneva. His first book, Transitional Justice, Judicial ...

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+44 (0)121 414 5126
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h.yusuf@bham.ac.uk