AHRC-PaCCS project asking how local knowledge can be accessed and harnessed for communities' protection from violence in Myanmar (Co-investigator).
The project "Raising Silent Voices" used drawing workshops as method to explore people's experiences of living amidst violent conflict. This is life in Kachin:
Understanding peace and conflict from afar: an ESRC seminar series exploring how peace and conflict can be studied despite difficult access & remoteness (Co-I).
Welsh Crucible project using a drawing workshop to explore and disseminate the infertility experiences of Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) women in Cardiff (Co-I).
Welsh Crucible project "Travel Broadens the Mind" & project "Intervention Theatre" exploring the political role of MPs' on-site visits in conflict & intervention zones.
Project exploring informal knowledge production in international interventions through short, entertaining stories with strong moral appeal: urban legends.
Edited book exploring how a range of theoretical conceptualisations of myth can be used to interpretively explore dominant sense-making narratives in today's international politics.
German Research Foundation (DFG) network studying the International Crisis Group, a widely referenced producer of conflict expert knowledge, used by policy-makers, the media and academics.
Public lecture series and edited book on the seduction, promise and danger of charismatic leadership in contemporary politics (in German; book also translated into Hungarian).
Why exporting the western state is so difficult: Edited book comparing the international statebuilding interventions in Bosnia-Herzegovina & Afghanistan, commissioned by Körber Foundation (in German).
Welsh Crucible project exploring opportunities and challenges in transfers of expertise and evidence across the fields of science, justice and politics (PI).