Postgraduate students

Many research students are attached to the Centre for Imperial and Global History. Below is a list of all our associated students, their supervisors and their projects. You can also read case studies from some of our current students to find out more about their research and why they chose to come to Exeter.

Current postgraduate students

Student nameSupervisorsThesis title
Emily Bridger Stacey Hynd Militant Mothers, Destructive Daughters: Female Violence in South Africa's Anti-Apartheid Struggle, 1980–1994
Rachel Chin Martin Thomas Anglo-French Relations and Mers El-Kebir: Rhetorical Justification and Imperial Associations
Tank Green Andrew Thompson From British Subject to Colonial Immigrant: A Study of Transposed Identities, 1939 to 1981
Benjamin Holmes Catriona Pennell and Emily Baughan (Bristol) The efforts of British charities to relieve German civilians, c.1914-1920s
Meg Kanazawa Mark Jackson/Rebecca Williams  AIDS, India and Global Health: the Politics of Health Policy-Making  
Rhian Keyse Stacey Hynd Violent Women and the Justice System in Colonial Kenya c1939–58
Simon Mackley Richard Toye Liberal Language, Imperial Cause: Rhetoric, Empire and the Liberal Tradition in British Politics
Stuart Mole Andrew Thompson The Commonwealth and Apartheid
Lori Oates Reginia Gagnier/Richard Noakes Secrecy Redefined: Print Culture and the Globalization of the Occult in the Long Nineteenth Century
Idir Oauhes Martin Thomas/Robert Fletcher History of the French Mandate in Syria, Specifically Regarding State Building

Completed PhDs

Dr. Temi Alanamu, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Centre for the History of Colonialisms, University of Kent

Dr. Gareth Curless, ESRC Future Research Leader & Lecturer in History, University of Exeter

Dr. Laure Humbert, Lecturer in Modern History, University of Manchester

Dr. Elizabeth Laruni, NORHED Postdoctoral Fellow, Makerere Institute of Social Research, Uganda