As a UCL Mellon Fellows Andrew's research Identities and Culture in Europe had a particular focus on the theme of Stasis and Mobility. He was based in European Social and Political Studies.
- 2005: PhD in Political Philosophy, University of Manchester, Thesis: Treating Cultural Commitments Fairly: A Cosmopolitan Account of Multicultural Justice
- 2001: MA (Econ) in Political Theory, University of Manchester
- 2000: BA (Hons) in Politics and Philosophy, University of York
Scholarships and Awards
- 2005: Winner of the Political Studies Association's Sir Ernest Barker Prize for best dissertation in Political Theory.
- 2001-2004: Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Research Studentship
- 2000-2001: ESRC Studentship
- 2000: University of York, Ede and Ravenscroft Undergraduate Prize
- 2000: University of York, School of Politics, Economics and Philosophy Undergraduate Prize
- 'Nation and State' in McKinnon (ed.) (2008) Issues in Political Theory, Oxford: Oxford University Press
- Borders and Belonging: Recent Work in Cosmopolitan Philosophy European Journal of Political Theory, 6/2 (2007)
- 'Toleration and Cultural Controversies Res Publica 11/3 pp.275-299 (2005)
- Cultural Exemptions: The Case of Religious Slaughter Legislation, Mancept Working Paper (2005).
- What Good is Language? Mancept Working Paper (2005)