Professor Alister Miskimmon
Professor Alister Miskimmon's research interests are primarily in the areas of strategic narratives, German, European and global security issues and European integration.
Dr Stefan Andreasson
Dr Andreasson’s research is the areas of comparative politics and international political economy, focussing on sub-Saharan Africa and the United States. He is currently researching the role of oil companies in energy transitions and the future of fossil fuels.
Dr Timofey Agarin
Dr Timofey Agarin is interested in relationships between the state and society, interrelations between the majority and the minority, issues relating to non-discrimination in the wider Europe and the impact of European integration broadly conceived on societal change and dynamics in political institutions.
Dr Keith Breen
Dr Keith Breen’s research areas are political and social theory, his focus being questions of political ethics and philosophies of work and economic organization.
Dr Maria Deiana
Dr Maria Deiana's research deploys feminist and other critical perspectives to examine the interrelated issues of war, peace, security. Her monograph titled 'Gender and Citizenship: Promises of Peace in Post-Dayton Bosnia & Herzegovina' was published by Palgrave in 2018. She is Co-Director of the Centre for Gender in Politics.
Dr Viviane Gravey
Dr Viviane Gravey's research focuses on the relationship between policy change and shocks to policy-making systems. This is reflected in two main areas of research. First, environmental policy dismantling in the European Union and its links to further European (dis)integration.
Dr Jamie Hagen
Dr Jamie Hagen's research is at the intersection of gender, security studies and queer theory. She researches LGBTQ inclusion in Women, Peace and Security practices as well as queer analysis of security studies more broadly. She is Co-Director of the Centre for Gender in Politics.
Dr Muiris MacCarthaigh
Dr Muiris MacCarthaigh is Senior Lecturer in Politics and Public Administration at the School of HAPP, and programme director of the MSc in International Public Policy. He is former President of the Political Studies Association of Ireland and currently a member of the European Group for Public Administration’s Steering Committee. His research engages with a number of topics within and between political science and public sector governance, including administrative reform, accountability and crisis, and the challenges posed by digitisation and AI in government.
Dr Chris Raymond
Dr Chris Raymond’s research examines the social bases of electoral and parliamentary politics. Most of this research examines the impact of religion, class, and ethnicity on party systems and voting behaviour. Additionally, Dr Raymond researches parliamentary politics, including voting patterns, committee assignments, and legislative careers.