Tomas works on political ideologies and international relations. His new project investigates contested visions of citizenship and the right of movement in the era of decolonization. Tomas is also finishing a project on foreigners' property rights and the making of global capitalism.
He has extensive graduate and undergraduate teaching experience, including Contemporary Theories of International Relations and the Making of the International System, International Relations, MPhil supervision, and Research Design and Methods in International Relations.
‘The Case for a History of Global Legal Practices’, European Journal of International Relations (Vol 25, Issue 1, 2019).