School of Politics and International Relations



Esmeralda has completed her PhD at the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Nottingham. She now works as a research associate at the University of Manchester, for DiCED (Digital Campaigning and Electoral Democracy). This is a major new comparative project for the study of the drivers and effects of digital campaigning in 5 countries and 7 national elections during the period 2020-2023. Her UoM staff profile can be found here.

Recent Publications

  • BON, ESMERALDA V. and BURKE, MICHAEL, 2021. Devices, Settings and Distractions: A study into how students read literature. In: WATSON, GREG and ZYNGIER, SONIA, eds., Pedagogical Stylistics in the 21st Century Palgrave Macmillan.
  • BON, ESMERALDA V. and WALTER, ANNEMARIE S., 2021. The EU Referendum Campaign on Social Media: Incivil MPs and Campaign Groups?. In: WALTER, ANNEMARIE S., ed., Crossing Boundaries: Incivility in Political Communication Routledge.
  • BURKE, MICHAEL and BON, ESMERALDA, 2018. The location and means of literary reading. In: CSABI, SZILVIA, ed., Expressive Minds and Artistic Creations: Studies in Cognitive Poetics Oxford University Press. 205-231

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