Laura convenes the honours level Neuropolitics class as well as contributing to the MSc level class International Politics of the European Union and to the Theory and Practice graduate class.


Laura has supervised a wide range of PhDs. All of these have completed within the recommended 4 year registration period and many now occupy academic posts or public research positions. She is interested in supervising projects on: European identity; banal Europeanism; the neuropolitics of both identity and public policy; physiology, behaviour and identity; implicit identity triggers; experimental approaches to identity and public policy; EU social policy; EU civil society; EU public policy; EU governance and the EU policy process.