I am an Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Administration at Mississippi State University, where I teach courses in political theory. My research falls under the broad heading of contemporary political theory, and focuses more specifically on capitalism, work, and community. You can find out more about my research here, and about my teaching here.
I also have a page here at academia.edu, and here at BioPolitica.
Prior to moving to Mississippi in July 2014, I earned my PhD at the University of Washington in Seattle. During this time I became a naturalized US citizen, thanks to my American wife, whom I met when we were both studying at the University of Essex. In my free time I look after our son, Henry, go cycling on the rural Mississippi roads, and try to catch up on my favorite TV shows.