Dr. Calum Nicholson is a joint visiting fellow at MCC and the Danube Institute. Dr Calum T. M. Nicholson studied social anthropology at Trinity College at the University of Cambridge, was awarded an MPhil in Migration Studies from St Antony’s College at the University of Oxford, and holds a PhD in human geography. He has conducted original research that reconsiders how humans understand the societal implications of climate change, particularly in the context of its relationship to human migration and international development. A former Parliamentary researcher and development consultant, Dr Nicholson teaches courses at the University of Cambridge on international development, international migration, and the politics of climate change. At Cambridge, Dr. Nicholson also teaches a well-received course on the political, cultural, and historical significance of social media, which he is currently turning into a book.