Postgraduate taught 

International Relations MSc

Academic staff

Academic staff

  • Dr Katherine Allison (international relations theory; feminist theory; gender & security; human rights)
  • Dr Patrick Bayer (international cooperation and institutions; international organisations; global environmental politics; international political economy; formal modelling; quantitative political methodology)
  • Prof Maurizio Carbone (European Union; foreign aid; international development; Italian politics)
  • Dr Sophia Dingli (international relations theory; postcolonial theory; Middle Eastern and Mediterranean politics; insurgencies and counter-insurgencies)
  • Prof Jane Duckett (contemporary Chinese politics; comparative social policy and welfare state politics; comparative politics of development)
  • Dr Adrian Florea (intrastate conflict; de facto states; political violence)
  • Dr Naomi Head (international relations theory/critical theory; communicative ethics; humanitarian intervention; conflict transformation, mediation and non-violence; empathy and emotions in IR)
  • Dr Mo Hume (gender and violence in transitional societies; post-war conflict and violence; politics of crime; Latin American politics)
  • Dr Andrew Judge (security studies; EU politics and policymaking; energy security and politics)
  • Dr Georgios Karyotis (securitisation theory; migration; terrorism; Greek politics; protest behaviour)
  • Dr Kelly Kollman (comparative European politics; business and politics; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender politics)
  • Dr Kurt Mills (human rights; humanitarian intervention; refugees and humanitarianism; international organisations; Africa)
  • Dr Cian O’Driscoll (international theory; the just war tradition and the ethics of war; history of political thought; security studies)