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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 New College, the University of Edinburgh and is an ordained Anglican Priest. Anderson's research primarily centres on the study of contemporary Christianity and the socio-cultural implications of the shift of Christianity to the global south. His areas of a... 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

    Please note I am leaving Lancaster at the end of December. If you wish to contact me do so on ian.reader@manchester.ac.uk 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 transformati... 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 New College, the University of Edinburgh and is an ordained Anglican Priest. Anderson's research primarily centres on the study of contemporary Christianity and the socio-cultural implications of the shift of Christianity to the global south. His areas of a... 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

    Please note I am leaving Lancaster at the end of December. If you wish to contact me do so on ian.reader@manchester.ac.uk 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 transformati... Read more»

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