Teaching

Details of the modules I convene at Newcastle University + areas of interest for potential PhD applicants.

I am very happy to write reference letters for my students, but if you are planning to request a letter from me, please check out my guidelines first.

I am currently convening the following modules:

  • POL2035 Power and Poverty in the Global Economy (UG Year 2).
  • POL8043 Globalisation, Poverty and Development (MA).

Some of my previously taught modules include:

  • POL217 The Political Economy of Global Capitalism (UG Year 2).
    An abridged reading list for this module is available here.
  • POL3030 Marx and Contemporary Marxism (UG Year 3).
    An abridged reading list for this module is available here.
  • POL3031 The Making of the Modern Middle East (UG Year 3).
    An abridged reading list for this module is available here.
Are you interested in pursuing a PhD degree under my supervision? Please read my suggestions and guidelines for prospective PhD students.

Activities

A list of my previous and upcoming talks + workshops, panels, and conferences I have organised.

I am currently co-chairing Political Economy Beyond Boundaries (with Lisa Tilley), a new standing section organised as part of the EISA Pan-European Conference on International Relations. A detailed description of the standing section’s parameters and objectives can be found here.

If you are interested in hearing about my recent work on authoritarian neoliberalism or my forthcoming monograph on state formation and capitalist development in the Middle East, get in touch to organise a talk.

Click here for a full list of my past/upcoming talks, conference panels and workshops.

Contact

  • School of Geography, Politics & Sociology, Newcastle University. 4th Floor, Room 4.17 Henry Daysh Building. Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU. United Kingdom
  • During term time: TBA (Online appointments only)
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