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  • Dr Basil Germond

    Dr Basil Germond

    I am Lecturer in Diplomacy, Foreign Policy and International Relations Theories, and Programme Director for our MAs in Diplomacy (including distance-learning). I am specialised in naval affairs, maritime security and maritime geopolitics, as well as in European security and the geopolitical actornes... Read more»
  • Dr Anderson Jeremiah

    Dr Anderson Jeremiah

    Anderson Jeremiah holds a Ph.D degree from the Centre for the Study of World Christianity at New College, the University of Edinburgh and is an ordained Anglican Priest. His areas of academic interest include Christian Theology in Asia, Postcolonial Approaches to Theology, Diaspora Christianity, Dal... Read more»
  • Professor Kim Knott

    Professor Kim Knott

    I am particularly interested in how religion, the secular and post-secular are constructed and represented in public discourse, in what separates them and what they have in common. In recent articles I have identified some theoretical and methodological resources for breaking open the secular and fo... Read more»
  • Dr Simon Mabon

    Dr Simon Mabon

    My research interests fall within the International Relations of the  Middle East and are driven by the interaction of three themes: Religion and  Legitimacy; Contested Sovereignty; and Political Violence. I am especially interested in the following areas: Sovereignty in the Middle EastSectarianismP... Read more»
  • Dr Kunal Mukherjee

    Dr Kunal Mukherjee

    Kunal's research interests revolve primarily around Asian Politics, Asian Security, with a focus on both South Asia (especially India) as well as East Asia (especially China). ... Read more»
  • Professor Ian Reader

    Professor Ian Reader

    Religion in the modern world, with a special focus on Japan; Religious decline and secularisation; Pilgrimage in cross-cultural contexts- with a special focus on the transformations and developments of pilgrimage in recent times; Buddhism in contemporary Japan; Religion and violence, with special fo... Read more»

  • Dr Basil Germond

    Dr Basil Germond

    I am Lecturer in Diplomacy, Foreign Policy and International Relations Theories, and Programme Director for our MAs in Diplomacy (including distance-learning). I am specialised in naval affairs, maritime security and maritime geopolitics, as well as in European security and the geopolitical actornes... Read more»
  • Dr Anderson Jeremiah

    Dr Anderson Jeremiah

    Anderson Jeremiah holds a Ph.D degree from the Centre for the Study of World Christianity at New College, the University of Edinburgh and is an ordained Anglican Priest. His areas of academic interest include Christian Theology in Asia, Postcolonial Approaches to Theology, Diaspora Christianity, Dal... Read more»
  • Professor Kim Knott

    Professor Kim Knott

    I am particularly interested in how religion, the secular and post-secular are constructed and represented in public discourse, in what separates them and what they have in common. In recent articles I have identified some theoretical and methodological resources for breaking open the secular and fo... Read more»
  • Dr Simon Mabon

    Dr Simon Mabon

    My research interests fall within the International Relations of the  Middle East and are driven by the interaction of three themes: Religion and  Legitimacy; Contested Sovereignty; and Political Violence. I am especially interested in the following areas: Sovereignty in the Middle EastSectarianismP... Read more»
  • Dr Kunal Mukherjee

    Dr Kunal Mukherjee

    Kunal's research interests revolve primarily around Asian Politics, Asian Security, with a focus on both South Asia (especially India) as well as East Asia (especially China). ... Read more»
  • Professor Ian Reader

    Professor Ian Reader

    Religion in the modern world, with a special focus on Japan; Religious decline and secularisation; Pilgrimage in cross-cultural contexts- with a special focus on the transformations and developments of pilgrimage in recent times; Buddhism in contemporary Japan; Religion and violence, with special fo... Read more»

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