Academic Background

With a background in social anthropology my research interests include cosmopolitanism, social identity, othering and interaction in the context of global work, cross-border mobility of transnational professionals in international organisations and management consultants implementing change. My work has appeared in Human Relations, Critique of Anthropology, European Journal of International Management, Social & Cultural Geography, Organization, The Conversation and in books from Palgrave Macmillan and Information Age Publishing.

 

Media contributions

The complex world of the global citizen

10/11/17

BBC Worklife (International), United Kingdom, Web

https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20171110-the-complex-world-of-the-global-citizen

 

To be cosmopolitan you don’t have to be rootless or a member of the global elite

9/11/17

The Conversation (International), Web

https://theconversation.com/to-be-cosmopolitan-you-dont-have-to-be-rootless-or-a-member-of-the-global-elite-85636

Relations

Research outputs: 

Imagining ‘non-nationality’: Cosmopolitanism as a source of identity and belonging

 

How European academics are feeling about life in Britain a year after Brexit vote

22/06/17

The Conversation (International), United Kingdom, Web

https://theconversation.com/how-european-academics-are-feeling-about-life-in-britain-a-year-after-brexit-vote-78687

 

 

 

View graph of relations

ID: 177262248