Mr Alistair Brisbourne

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Alistair joined Royal Holloway (University of London) as a PhD candidate in 2011 and, under the supervision of Professor Chris Rumford, submitted his thesis in September 2015.


Alistair currently lectures on three modules (Political Sociology, Advanced Readings in Global Studies and Intro. to Global Studies) at the undergraduate level and continues to work as a research assistant for the Global Studies Association. He also spent three years tutoring for Intro. to International Relations.


His PhD takes an interdisciplinary approach to the role of transnational cultural networks in the development of cultural relations between Europe and its Southern neighbours. In it, he explores the significance of the Anna Lindh Foundation as a both a source of networking and actor in the development of cross-regional networks.


Alistair's diverse research interests include theories of transnationalism and transnational approaches to global phenomena, Mediterranean politics, European politics, European cultural policy (especially as it relates to external relations), aesthetics, photography and globalization, and corporeal violence and cosmopolitanism.

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