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Miranda Alison

Associate Professor in Politics and International Studies
Alternate Senior Tutor in PAIS, terms 2 & 3, 2015-16 (please note that Iain Pirie is primary Senior Tutor)
E-mail: miranda dot alison at warwick dot ac dot uk
Tel.: 23104 internal, (024) 76523104 external
Room: D1.09 Social Sciences Building
Advice and Feedback Hours 2015-16 Term Three: Tuesdays 10.30am-12.30pm weeks 1-5, then by appointment for the remainder of the term (weeks 7-10).
I have an electronic booking system to enable you to book a slot in my office hours instead of turning up and possibly having to wait. Please click on the "Advice and Feedback Hours" tab above. It is set to 15 minute slots but you are welcome to extend the end time of your booking if you feel this won't be sufficient time. If you haven't booked you are of course still very welcome to drop by but I will have to honour any bookings. Please email if you need to arrange an alternative time to meet.
Please note that Week 6 is Reading Week so I will not be holding advice and feedback hours that week. From week 7 for the remainder of the term my advice and feedback hours will be by appointment only, so please do email me with any queries or to make an appointment. Please also note that the nameplate has fallen off my office door, so do pay attention to the number (D1.09)!

Profile

Miranda Alison is Module Director for Ethnic Conflict and Political Violence (final year undergraduate) and Qualitative Research Methods (Masters/Diploma). She has also previously taught Gender and Development (final year undergraduate). She is a New Zealander and took her BA and MA Hons. in Politics at Auckland University. After completing her MA she worked briefly for the United Nations as an intern with both the Division for the Advancement of Women (New York) and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (Geneva). She then moved to Belfast to study for a PhD at Queen's University, examining female combatants in non-state (guerrilla/paramilitary/‘terrorist’) military groups in ethno-national conflicts, with Sri Lanka and Northern Ireland as comparative case studies. She has done fieldwork in her case study countries, interviewing female combatants and ex-combatants. Before joining the department at Warwick in September 2004, Miranda held an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Sheffield.

For information on Miranda's research interests, publications and current projects, see the link on the right to research and publications.

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