Democracy and Democratisation Refugees and migration Political Economy Comparative Politics and Government  Refugees and Migration
My DPhil research (funded by the ESRC) investigates the effects of migrant remittances on democratisation and democratic consolidation using a mix of methods including quantitative analysis of macro-economic and survey data and qualitative interviews conducted in Tunisia and Jordan.
Teaching specialism, interests and experience
I teach courses in Comparative Government, Political Sociology, Introduction to the Practice of Politics and Politics in the Middle East at Lady Margaret Hall.
2016 Travel grants to attend the APSA Annual Conference 2016 (awarded by Political Studies
Association and APSA)
2016 Travel grant to attend the ISA Annual Convention 2016 (awarded by Nuffield College,
University of Oxford)
2015-16 Writing Up Studentship, Department of Politics and IR, University of Oxford
2015 Overseas Fieldwork Grant, Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
2015 Middle East Workshop Fellow, APSA
2013 Difficult Language Training Grant (for Modern Standard Arabic training), ESRC
2012-16 DPhil studentship, ESRC