Tiphaine Le Corre

PhD student in Politics, University of Oxford
Border Criminologies


Tiphaine Le Corre is a PhD student in Politics at the University of Oxford working on immigration deterrence policies in the United Kingdom. She is also a Research Review Writer at the Nuffield Politics Research Centre. Before starting her PhD, she completed a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Philosophy (McGill University) and an MPhil in Politics: European Politics and Society (University of Oxford). After coordinating a grassroots organisation supporting displaced women living in informal settlements in Calais and Grande-Synthe, she started conducting research on immigration deterrence policies. She is the winner of the Border Criminologies Master’s dissertation prize.

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Border Criminologies