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My interests are in ethics, political philosophy and intellectual history. Before I came to Swansea University, I completed an undergraduate degree at the University of Birmingham, a Master’s degree at the University of Sheffield, then an AHRC-funded PhD and a three-year Honorary Research Fellowship at Cardiff University. I am always happy to speak to students about ethics, essay-writing and ideas.


  • PO-119 Politics and the People

    This module introduces students to key topics of comparative politics and addresses some of the central issues of how the people are involved in politics. This module assists students in addressing central questions in comparative politics by comparing political institutions and the role of people in politics across the world. It looks at the ways in which types of political participation, electoral systems and political parties shape the ability of people to influence politics. It addresses these issues primarily in the context of key examples of states that may be defined as old and new democracies.

Career History

Start Date End Date Position Held Location
2017 Present Tutor in Philosophy Department of Political and Cultural Studies, Swansea University
2016 Present Teacher of Politics School of Law, Cardiff University
2013 2016 Honorary Research Fellow School of Law, Cardiff University

Key Grants and Projects

  • Giovanni Gentile and the State of Contemporary Constructivism 2010 - 2013

    Studentship Award Reference AH/I013016/1 , AHRC Block Grant Partnership Studentship (Full Award), Cardiff University