SOAS University of London

Department of Politics and International Studies

Ms Dani Solomon

BA (Oxon), MA (KCL)
  • Teaching

Overview

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Department of Politics and International Studies

Graduate Teaching Assisstant

Name:
Ms Dani Solomon
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Thesis title:
The global ordering implications of non-liberal peacebuilding and development
Year of Study:
2
Internal Supervisors

Biography

Dani Solomon is a PhD candidate and graduate teaching assistant in the Politics and International Studies department at SOAS. Her research looks at the increasing involvement of non-liberal rising powers in the spaces and practices associated with liberal peacebuilding, and considers their implications for international order. Her research interests include critical geopolitics, hierarchy and imperialism, conflict and intervention, the politics of development, postcolonial theory and poststructuralism.

She had a career for a number of years as a strategy consultant, and has also worked in the voluntary sector. In her free time she enjoys growing things, and is a qualified landscape designer. She is a member of Chatham House.

PhD Research

  • Critical geopolitics
  • Hierarchy and imperialism
  • Conflict and intervention
  • Politics of development
  • Afghanistan
  • Postcolonial theory
  • Poststructuralism

Teaching

  • Introduction to International Relations
  • Introduction to Global History
  • War and the International