In 2020, I commenced my PhD studies in Criminology and Criminal Justice in Bangor University after being awarded a WISERD PhD studentship as part of the ESRC funded WISERD Civil Society Research Centre. In 2020, I received an MA in Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice (Distinction) while in 2019, I gained a BA in Criminology and Criminal Justice (First Class). My research interests mainly involve far-right politics, political violence, terrorism, hate crimes and immigration.
WISERD’s project: Policing of borders and migration
PhD Thesis’ Title: Anti-immigration Vigilantism by the far right at the National Borders: The case of Greece. This project aims at exploring the link between anti-immigration vigilantism that takes place in the Island of Lesvos, Greece and the far-right. The project adopts a qualitative methodological approach.
The project is supervised by Prof. Martina Feilzer and Dr. Bethan Loftus.