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Varun Uberoi Introduction | Brunel University London

My research combines normative political theory and public policy

Alison Carrol Introduction | Brunel University London

I am a historian of Modern Europe, with research interests in the history of borders, borderlands, nationhood and the centre-periphery relationship in modern France

Justin Fisher Introduction | Brunel University London

After nearly three years working in market research, I took my first degree and then moved on to a PhD, which was funded by the ESRC

James Staples Introduction | Brunel University London

After completing a first degree in anthropology in 1990 I worked for nearly ten years as a journalist before my ongoing fascination with South India drew me back to SOAS, University of London, to undertake a PhD

Ourania Filippakou Introduction | Brunel University London

Ourania Filippakou is Reader in Education at Brunel University London

Philip Davies Introduction | Brunel University London

Although born in England, I took my first two degrees in Canada then returned to pursue my PhD at Reading

Royona Mitra Introduction | Brunel University London

Royona is the author of Akram Khan: Dancing New Interculturalism (Palgrave, May 2015)

Liana Chua Introduction | Brunel University London

I am a social anthropologist with long-term ethnographic interests in Borneo, ethnic politics, Christianity and conversion, resettlement, development and landscape