I am a lecturer in politics at Glasgow Caledonian University. My main research interests reside in the areas of green political theory, state theory and democratic theory. I have published work on the relationship between bioregionalism and deep ecology, and on the continued relevance of ecoanarchism more generally. I am currently preparing papers on 'the green state' and on the deficiencies of deliberative democracy.
I obtained a BA(hons:1) in Social Sciences at Glasgow Caledonian University before moving to Strathclyde, where I completed an Msc in Political Research before obtaining a PhD in politics. My PhD thesis was entitled 'The State and Environmental Political Thought'.
I currently teach courses in Contemporary Ideologies and Environmental Political Thought.