This section of the blog is aimed at showcasing the outstanding work of my doctoral students, past and present, to a wider audience (also see Research Supervision). The contributions will cover blog posts by my current and former PhD research students including pieces directly drawn from a thesis, summaries of recent conference papers, reflections on fieldwork research, overviews of latest journal articles, links to book reviews and more.
Over time it is hoped that Thesis Pieces will become a significant additional feature of the blog site.
Individual contributions will appear in the “blog roll”, as normal, along with usual blog posts as and when they are published online. They will also collectively be held in the Thesis Pieces page, which will act as a repository for all the blog posts contributed by my PhD students.
Many thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy Thesis Pieces!
(12) Philip Roberts, ‘Rethinking Latin America and Hegemony’, (14 July 2014).
(11) Philip Roberts, ‘Salad Revolution, but no Passive Revolution: The Continuation of Hegemony in Brazil’, (15 July 2013).
(10) Görkem Altınörs, ‘Misunderstanding the Gezi Movement: Secularism Strikes Back?’, (3 July 2013).
(9) Cemal Burak Tansel, ‘The Gezi Park Occupation: Confronting Authoritarian Neoliberalism’, (1 June 2013).
(8) Carolina Cepeda, ‘Chavismo without Chávez in Latin America’, (25 April 2013).
(7) Ryan Brading, ‘Chavismo and Its Future’, (5 April 2013).
(6) Philip Roberts, ‘Importing Gramsci to Brazil’, (11 March 2013).
(5) Cemal Burak Tansel, ‘Back to the Future of Capitalism and Beyond’, (25 February 2013).
(4) Jennifer Martinez, ‘And Then There Were Many: The Bolivarian Revolution Without Chávez’, (11 February 2013).
(3) Ertan Erol, ‘Neoliberal Re-territorialisation and Peripheral Capitalist Space in Mexico and Turkey’, (4 February 2013).
(2) Carolina Cepeda, ‘Global Networking and Spaces of Resistance: The Piquetero Movement in Argentina’, (21 January 2013).
(1) Chris Hesketh, ‘¡La lucha sigue! The Enduring Relevance of the Zapatistas’, (14 January 2013).