I currently convene the Environment, Development & Policy MA as well as the PhD in International Development. During 2018/19, I am teaching on the following courses:

I have also previously taught on:

Doctoral Supervision: I am currently supervising the following students:

Michael Hamilton (2017- p/t) 'The role of housing & the making of neoliberal policy at the Bank of England' (PhD International Relations, co-supervised with Sam Knafo)

Ishrat Khan (2017-2021) 'Navigating economic empowerment and sexual agency: experiences of middle-class and upper-middle-class women in Dhaka, Bangladesh' (PhD International Development, co-supervised with Beth Mills & Dinah Rajak)

Shammi Kabir (2018-2022) 'Kinship support in improving workers' mental health and quality of work lives: an ethnography of elderly British-Bangladeshi self-employed workers in London' (PhD International Development, co-supervised with Raminder Kaur Kahlon)

Ashleigh Jackson (2018-2023) 'An ethnography of cryptocurrency trading' (1+3 MSc+PhD Anthropology, co-supervised with Rebecca Prentice)

Gabriel Popham (2019-2023) 'Money as cultural infrastructure: alternative economic practices in Val di Susa, Italy' (co-supervised with Peter Luetchford)