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When I am not engrossed in academia, I enjoy the countryside and sport, spending my time horse-riding, cycling and running. I also love going to live music concerts, cooking and learning new languages (currently Spanish).
I have an extensive knowledge about different geographical subjects, issues and narratives through my academic career so far. My particular interests lie in water management and resource politics. This includes significant elements of political and economic geographies, as well as water-related disaster management. I'm passionate about sharing this interest with others in a way which allows them to learn effectively and be inspired by such a great subject!
I frequently review academic papers submitted to journals for publication. This makes me good at helping people clarify their arguments, justify their methods and explore different channels of research or perspectives. In 2019 I co-edited book under Routledge called "Flood risk management : case studies of governance, policy and communities".
I am the teaching assisstant on the MSc Water, Science, Policy and Management course at Oxford Uni, teaching mostly methods and helping students with their dissertation proposals and planning.
Topics of Interest:
- Geopolitics - specifically relating to water, minerals, land
- Legal Geographies
- Natural Hazard Management - specifically flood risk management
- More-than-human geographies
- Qualitative research methods
Returned work back to me within a matter of hours. Valid constructive criticism. Very useful!
DPhil Geography and Environment, University of Oxford 2017-current
MSc Water Science Policy and Management, University of Oxford, 2015-2016 (Distinction)
BSc Geography, King's College, London 2011-2014 (1st class with honours)