Postdoctoral Researchers

Christophe Dubois

worked on restorative justice at Edinburgh in 2009-2010 and again in 2017, and is now back at the University of Liège, Belgium.

Sophie Thunus

was FNRS Chargé de Recherches at the University of Liège, Belgium and Visiting Fellow at the Academy of Government 2016-2017, where she wrote about meetings. She now teaches at the Université Catholique de Louvain.

Darcy Leigh

was Teaching Fellow on the Doing Politics project, and now teaches at the University of Sussex.

Ann-Charlotte Nedlund

came to the School for a few weeks in early 2014 to develop ideas about disability and citizenship. She works at the Centre for Dementia Research (CEDER) in the National Centre for Priority-Setting in Health Care at Linköping University.

Ellen Grootegoed

was a Chrystal Macmillan Fellow in Social Policy 2013-2014, conducting a study of emotional labour in the administration of austerity.

Stefanie Schmachtel

worked on a method of practice-based comparison for a project on local governance in education, and now teaches at the University of Jena.

Katherine Smith

held an ESRC/MRC Fellowship in 2011-2012, studying the translation of public health research into policy and practice, and is now Reader in the Global Public Health Unit, University of Edinburgh.

Dawit Wondimagegn

is a psychiatrist working in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He spent 3 months in Edinburgh at the end of 2008, as Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre of African Studies.

Jen Smith-Merry

worked on the KNOWandPOL project 2007-2011. She was formerly Research Fellow at the Australian Health Policy Institute, and is now Senior Lecturer in Qualitative Health Research at the University of Sydney.