I am a DPhil candidate in the Department of Politics & IR. My thesis explores the tension between radical democracy and digital capitalism. My broader research interests include – radical democratic theory, the politics of technology (social media, internet cultures) and the politics of memory, time and space.
I am a Ph.D. student in Politics at the Department of Politics and International Interests. My doctoral research project explores how countries of origin manage influxes of return migration over time and what factors shape such responses or the lack thereof with a focus on Mexico. Broadly, I am interested in the politics of migration in Latin America and the Caribbean and how government responses shape the daily lives of migrants across the region.
I am an MPhil Politics student in the Department of Politics and International Relations. My thesis investigates the effect of the EU accession on cooperation cohesion, group politics, and regionalism at the United Nations. My research interests include broader topics pertaining to international organisations and multilateralism, political communication, digital governance, social theory, and gender in politics.
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