I am a PhD candidate at the School of International Relations. My doctoral thesis is a comparative study of North Africans and Indians in the First World War in Palestine and Syria 1917–23.
Primary supervisor: Professor Sir Hew Strachan
Secondary supervisors: Dr. Stephen Tyre, Professor Frédéric Volpi
My research interests include the history of war (1914 to date), international security and political violence. Please find my research publications here.
I am a member of the Equality and Diversity Committee for 2018-20 at the School of International Relations. At CSTPV, I assist in peer reviewing submissions to the Contemporary Voices in International Relations journal.
International Relations Staff and PhD research workshops, spring 2019, University of St Andrews, Scotland.
‘Ethics of engagement: research, knowledge exchange, and the military sector’, workshop participant, 11 December 2018, School of Classics, University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Military innovation: ‘New vistas in military innovation’, workshop panellist, 3-4 December 2018, Institute for the study of war and strategy, University of St Andrews, Scotland.
WW1 British Home Front Conference, programme assistant, summer 2018, University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Study abroad programme, visiting doctoral researcher, spring 2018, Département d’Histoire, Université Paul Valéry Montpellier III, France.
‘Enhancing governance in small states: migration crisis and contemporary challenges’ programme, summer 2017, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
43ème Congrès annuel, Société d’histoire coloniale française, graduate workshop participant, 14-17 June 2017, Archives nationales d’outre-mer et Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-en-Provence, France.
Fieldwork/ archival research, 2017-18, France, Britain, India and Australia.
International Relations Monday seminar series, programme assistant, 2016-17, University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Sir Menzies Campbell Prize in International Relations, University of St Andrews (Recipient), 2015.