Teaching Interests


I have supervised PhD students, co-directed the MA Education and International Development between 2008 and 2017. I also taught on the undergraduate module on education and development as well as regional modules and teach modules on the Undergraduate BA on International Development. 

I have taught the following modules:

Masters level:

  •  Introduction to Education and Development
  • Educational Policy and Practice for Development


 Undergraduate level:

  • Engaging Anthropology in Development
  • Latin American Development
  • Education and Development

Doctoral research supervision

I co-supervised the following students:

Susan Conlon: Changing Water Use and Management in the Context of Glacial Retreat: a Case Study of the Peruvian Village of Huashao.

Demelash Woldu: Exploring Language Uses and Policy Processes in Karat Town, Konso Woreda, Ethiopia.

Rosanne Tromp: The Education Research-Policy Nexus in Mexico

Samuel Rushworth: Learning to Live Together: education, identity and citizenship in Rwandan schools

Eleni Konidari: Literacy practices and learning needs among marginalised groups in Greece.

Horacio Almanza Alcalde: Land dispossession and Juridical Land Disputes of Indigenous Peoples in Northern Mexico.  

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