Read about the research taking place in different departments across the School, how the PhD candidates feel being a part of LSE, and their advice for prospective students.
A British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow investigating inequalities faced by young children of special educational needs and disabilities (SENDs).
Read the Q&A with Tammy Campbell
A Leverhulme Early Career Fellow researching the dynamics of human cooperation, conflict and competition from a cognitive anthropological perspective.
Read the Q&A with Anni Kajanus
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A PhD candidate studying the historical relationship between universities and the urbanisation process in East Asia, from colonial times to the current era.
Read the Q&A with Do Young Oh
A PhD candidate investigating food systems and the humanitarian aid work undertaken by celebrity chefs in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina.
Read the Q&A With Jeanne Firth
(Postdoctoral) LSE Fellow and Associate Researcher of the Electoral Psychology Observatory studying the nature of group identities and the impact this has on public opinion towards political change.
Read the Q&A with Sandra Obradovic
A PhD candidate researching how policymakers can make decisions in the face of highly uncertain science.
Read the Q&A with Joe
PhD candidate studying the reciprocal relationship between human wellbeing and the natural environment.
Read the Q&A with Kate Laffan
PhD candidate researching how the Palestinian community in Jerusalem experienced transformation following the Israeli occupation.
Read the Q&A with Haneen Naamneh
PhD candidate studying the effects of childhood socioeconomic circumstances on adults’ mental and physical health.
Read the Q&A with Yajing Zhu
PhD candidate with the European Institute studying the role and drivers of intellectual support for far right populism in Germany.
Read the Q&A with Julian
PhD candidate with the European Institute explaining the rise of the radical right in Europe.
Read the Q&A with Diane