At the moment I supervise an inspiring group of PhD students in Geography and beyond. They are doing research on a wide range of topics including: British expatriates in Singapore; the politics of everyday mobility in Beirut; the hidden mining landscapes of the Peak District; how technologies are remaking of the EU and the experiences of irregular migrants crossing these borders; hate ideologies of the extreme right in digital spaces; documentary film and rights to the city in Edinburgh; and British expatriates in Spain after the 2008 financial crisis.
Past PhD students:
Sophie Cranston (funded by ESRC)
Current PhD Students:
George Jaramillo (funded through School of GeoSciences studentship)
Ruari Sutherland (funded through ESRC 1+3 studentship)
Justine Gordon Smith (funded through School of Language, Literature, and Cultures studentship)
Patty McMean (Edinburgh College of Art)
Rebekah Miller (funded through ESRC 1+3 studentship)
I also supervise a number of students on different MSc programmes in Edinburgh, including the Masters by Research in Human Geography; the MSc in Environment, Culture and Society; and the MSc in Cities.