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Dr Natalya Vince

Reader in North African and French Studies

  1. Yousef Barahmeh Third supervisor

    School of Area Studies, History, Politics & Literature

    Carnivalesque Politics and Popular Resistance: A Bakhtinian Reading of Contemporary Jordanian Political Humour

    3/11/15 → …

  2. Robert Sharples Second supervisor

    School of Languages & Applied Linguistics

    The Otherisation of Terror: Media reporting of “other people’s” terror attacks

    10/02/20 → …

  3. Jaber Ferhat First/Lead supervisor

    School of Area Studies, History, Politics & Literature

    The Relations between Britain and Algeria during and after the Algerian War, 1954-62

    16/12/19 → …

  4. Dieunedort Wandji Third supervisor

    School of Area Studies, History, Politics & Literature

    Bigfooted border theories, barefooted border crossers. Rethinking resilience and security through the vernacular sense-making and practices of border communities across Cameroon, Nigeria and Gabon.

    24/01/20 → …

  5. Karima Bentoumi First/Lead supervisor

    School of Area Studies, History, Politics & Literature

    Trasgressively Gendered Space in the Pursuit of Self-fulfillment, Knowledge and Maintaining Identity

    23/06/16 → …

  6. Megan Ison First/Lead supervisor

    Department of Psychology

    22/11/18 → …

  7. Zineb Khemissi Third supervisor

    School of Area Studies, History, Politics & Literature

    Transnational Adoption: The Issue of Belonging for Biracial Children In-Between, Construction or Resistance against Different Ethnic Identities***

    16/12/19 → …

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