• The University of Western Australia (M257), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Personal profile


Felix is a lecturer at the School of Social Sciences. His research interests revolve around the study of the global far-right, with a regional specialisation on South Asia.

Felix researches ethnic politics, covert networks, political violence, transnational far-right networks and right-wing co-optations of progressive ideas of pluralism.

In addition to their academic work, Felix is passionate about advocacy work and collaborates with pro-democracy actors to develop meaningful challenges to far-right organising in the 21st century.

Felix is excited to supervise PhD students on topics related to his research (far-right organising, South Asian politics, ethno-religious politics).

Teaching overview

POLS1101 - Understanding Politics and Policy (Unit Co-Ordinator)

POLS2202 - Foundations of Comparative Politics (Unit Co-Ordinator)

POLS3304 - Policy and Diplomacy in Practice (Unit Co-Ordinator with Ari Jerrems)


Education/Academic qualification

Politics, PhD, Australian National University

Award Date: 15 Jul 2022

Asia-Pacific Studies, Bachelor (Hons), Australian National University

Award Date: 25 Nov 2016

Arts (Islamic Studies), Bachelor, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 27 Nov 2015

Research expertise keywords

  • Qualitative Political Science
  • South Asian Studies
  • Covert Networks
  • Far-Right Studies


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