Use this section to locate experts for any research field at Keele University. Either browse through the various research areas using the A-Z listing below, or simply use the search facility to return relevant results based on any keyword.

Press office telephone: 01782 733857 or 01782 733375

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

M

29 entries

Middle East

(back to list)

Dr Moran Mandelbaum

Politics, International Relations and Philosophy

Tel: 01782 733513

Mobile:

Research Institute: Politics, Philosophy, International Relations and Environment

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/spire/staff/moranmandelbaum/

Specialist Areas: International relations, global politics, comparative government, critical security studies, nationalism, Israel/Palestine, practices of homogenisation, human rights, gendering global politics

Dr Sally Findlow

Public Policy and Professional Practice

Tel: 01782 733913

Mobile:

Research Institute: Public Policy and Management

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/sspp/people/staff/sallyfindlow/

Specialist Areas: Higher education and social and political change; The interplay of culture and cognition in higher education, and in the differential effects diverse cultures have on learning; Higher education in the Middle East / the Arab Gulf.

Naveed Sheikh

Politics, International Relations and Philosophy

Tel: 01782 733400

Mobile: 07898 940088

Research Institute: Social Sciences

Homepage: http://www.keele.ac.uk/spire/staff/sheikh/

Specialist Areas: Islam, Politics of the Muslim World, International Relations of the Middle East and South Asia

Dr Rebecca Richards

Politics, International Relations and Philosophy

Tel: 01782 7 33211

Mobile:

Research Institute: Politics, Philosophy, International Relations and Environment

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/spire/staff/rebeccarichards/

Specialist Areas: International Relations, security, peace, conflict, human rights, war, political development, statebuilding in Somaliland, local structures of governance, indirect or normative interventions, political philosophy and social anthropology, principles of liberal democracy, liberal conceptions of the state in development, and thus security, discourse and practice.