The Identity Hunters team is selected by the students from among themselves and rotated on a termly basis.
Originally from Slovakia, Adam is a third year International Relations student at King’s College London. Adam has completed an internship in the Slovak diplomatic service after his first year at the university and has since been interested in the relationship between international and domestic politics. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sydney is a third-year War Studies and History student. She developed an interest in politics and history after living in Australia, the U.S, Asia, and Europe. Her interests range from post-colonial history to security issues in East Asia. Contact: email@example.com
Anne is a third-year International Relations student. Her interests include multiculturalism, languages and critical theory.
Maria is a final year International Relations student from Slovakia. She is interested in the role of Religion in Nationalism and Gender issues surrounding Global Politics.
Joanna is a third year International Relations student from China. She is interested in authoritarianism and the politics of culture.
Stanislav is a final year International Relations student at King’s College London. Raised in Russia, his interests include the use of nationalism in governance and authoritarianism in Europe and Asia.
Social Media Ninja
Anne Lainé is a third year International Relations undergraduate. She is a member of the Politics Society and her areas of interests include Lebanon and the resolution of Foreign Policy Crises.
Kinga is a third year International Relations student at KCL. She is particularly interested in nationalism and the post-colonial debate.
Uygar Baspehlivan is a Graduate of International Relations at King’s College London. His research interests include nationalism, critical theory, identity politics, language, and film theory. Any queries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Pablo de Orellana is a Teaching Fellow at the Department of War Studies, King’s College London. His research interests focus on conceptual approaches to identity and identity politics, particularly nationalism, as well as diplomacy, North Africa and Art History.
Publishing Advisor & initial Project Manager
Fernanda Marin is a documentary filmmaker working for an NGO in Paris. She completed her graduate studies in Sciences Po Paris, specializing in International Security, and has since been making videos and other types of media to bring to the public complex political and social issues in approachable formats and language.