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Robert is based in the Section of Public Health.
Aid, development, and internationalism in the twentieth century, international humanitarianism and the British welfare state.
Margi is interested in Community-based and participatory governance of wildlife, landscape and natural resources, in both global North and global South.
Vanesa’s research focuses on the governance of global environmental change in the urbanization age.
British Empire; colonialism; postcolonialism; India; southern Africa; race; gender; disability; missionaries; feminism.
Pauline has published widely on employment relations in the UK and emerging economies. She has also attracted funding from the ESRC, EPSRC and UK Government departments.
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Urban development and politics in the global South.
Urban indigeneity; diversity and the right to the city; citizen-led and participatory planning with a focus on Latin American and African cities.
NIHR Academic Clinical lecturer in primary care medicine and a General Practitioner based at Page Hall Medical Centre.
Women, gender and Islam in South Asia
Planning contributions made by, marginalised people in post-colonial societies, South Africa in particular. Urban peripheries in the Global South
Senior Lecturer in History: post 1800
Design decision-making processes and models
- Migration studies
- Mixed-method research
- Attitudes to migration
- Social cohesion and ethnic diversity
Sammia's research explores the interplay of the body and the mind in development interventions.
Plants, Photosynthesis and Soil
Participatory development, poverty and political empowerment; 'everyday' state power and local political practices