Doctoral Theses Supervised
2011 James Panton, New College: Politics, Subjectivity and the Public/Private Distinction: The Problematisation of the Public Private Relationship in Political Thought after World War II.
2008 Cissie Fu, Lady Margaret Hall: A Theory of Coalition Politics: cross-difference dialogue and collective agency amid new struggles; firstname.lastname@example.org Cissie Fu: Assistant Professor and Senior Tutor, Leiden University College, The Hague.
2008 Giles Moss, New College: Problems and Controversies of Democracy in the Making of Local E-Participation.
2008 Tim Markham, Lincoln College: Bourdieusian Political Theory and Social Science: the field of war correspondence 1990-2003. Tim Markham, Lecturer in Journalism, Birkbeck, University of London email: email@example.com, http://www.bbk.ac.uk/ce/about_staff/academic_staff/markham.
2005 Ben O’Loughlin, New College: The Diffusion of Ideas: Ideas of ‘the market’ in public policy in US and UK 1968-92.
Ben O’Loughlin, Lecturer in International Relations, Royal Holloway, University of London;
2005 Emma-Jane Watchorn, Merton College: Citizenship in School.
firstname.lastname@example.org; Citizenship Foundation - Welcome
2000 Douglas Wolfe, St Anne’s College: Participatory Liberalism: participation and contemporary liberal thought
Douglas Wolfe, Government of Canada email@example.com
1998 Annie Chan, St Antony’s College: Middle Class Formation in Hong Kong: the role of boundary work
1997 Laurie Bernotsky, Lincoln College: A Step into Politics: Concerned Women for America and Political Mobilisation of Traditional Women
1996 Myra Hird, St Cross College: Female and Male Adolescent Negotiation of Violence in Relationships.
Myra Hird: Queens University, Kingston, Ontario http://www.queensu.ca/sociology/Faculty/Hird.htm
1994 Nina Wakeford, Nuffield College: A Degree of Risk: a study of mature students