Two More PhD Successes Highlight the Strength of POLSIS Doctoral Research
POLSIS is delighted that two more of the department's excellent doctoral researchers defended their PhDs in the past few couple of weeks, capping a very successful period in which no fewer than 18 students gained a PhD in the past year.
Charlotte Galpin’s thesis examined the impact of the Eurozone crisis on European identity in Germany, Poland and Ireland and Nino Kemoklidze analysed identity and violence in Georgia.
Nino was supervised by Dr Kataryna Wolczuk and Professor Stefan Wolff. Charlotte was supervised by Dr Tim Haughton and Dr Isabelle Hertner.