Alistair Brisbourne

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Alistair was awarded his PhD in 2016 studying at Royal Holloway under the supervison of Professor Chris Rumford. 

Alistair has been course convenor for modules on Political Sociology, Advanced Readings in Globalisation, Introduction to Global Studies and International Organisations. He also supervises two Master's dissertations and continues to work as a research assistant for the Global Studies Association. 

His PhD takes an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the role of transnational cultural networks in the development of cultural relations between Europe and its Southern neighbours. In it, he explores the relationship between EuroMed developments and the emergence of a strategic narrative on culture at the EU level and re-examines the significance of the Anna Lindh Foundation as a source of networking and as partner in the development of European cultural relations. 

Alistair's diverse research interests include theories of transnationalism and transnational approaches to global phenomena, Mediterranean and European politics, European cultural policy, photography, and corporeal violence and cosmopolitanism.

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