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PhD Student Details

Name of Student Title of Doctoral Thesis Contact Supervisor
Sara Bojarczuk

Polish Mothers in Ireland- A Comparative Study of the Role of Social Networks in Managing
Care and Employment

Dr Elaine Moriarty/Dr Peter Muhlau
Elaine Bradley Bearing Witness In the Occupied Palestinian Territories: Civil Society and Advocacy in a Digital Age

Dr David Landy/Dr Andrew Finlay
David Cichon The Political Economy of Labour Activism: Financial Capitalism and labour resistance in the Cambodian garment sector Dr Anne Holohan
Ciaran Devlin Gender and Sexuality through the Screen: Using video games to tackle Misogyny and Homophobia Dr Anne Holohan
David Dunne Going Native: a critical study of theories of 'nativism' as technologies of Western intervention Dr David Landy
Egle Gusciute 'Who is Against Migration, and Why?' Prof Richard Layte/Dr Peter Mühlau
Cliona Hannon Capital, Capabilities and Culture: A Human Development Approach to Student and School Transformation Dr Daniel Faas
Phil Mullen

Identity and Belonging in Ireland for mixed-race Irish women who grew up in the Irish institutional care system Dr Daniel Faas
Mariam Nagi Contesting Discourses of Sexuality: Sexual Identity Negotiation among Urban Educated Egyptian Women

Dr Anne Holohan
Robert O'Keeffe Nigerian Taxi Drivers in Dublin: The Preferred Narrative Versus the Lived Experience

Dr David Landy
Peter Ozonyia Citizenship and Socio-Cultural sense of Belonging in Ireland Dr Daniel Faas
Inga Sabanova Migration and Social class: A Case Study of Migrant Families from the Baltics in Ireland

Dr Elaine Moriarty
Sara Singleton What role does trust play in successful cooperation between the diverse actors involved in international peacekeeping missions? Dr Anne Holohan
Anna Siuda Career Inequalities between Native and Foreign-born Academics in the UK

Dr Peter Mühlau
Vasiliki Theofilopoulou National Becoming through Aesthesis: Modern Literature Education in Greece

Dr Andrew Finlay