Emeritus Fellow in Latin American Politics, St. Antonys College
Emeritus Professor of Politics
Emeritus Fellow, Nuffield College
Professor of Comparative Politics, Fellow, Corpus Christi College
Professor of Politics, Fellow of New College
British Academy Post-doctoral Fellow in Political Theory
Emeritus Fellow of Latin American Politics, St. Antonys College
Associate Professor of Politics, St. Hughs
Associate Professor of Comparative Political Economy, Magdalen
Associate Professor of Politics, Exeter College
CUF Lecturer in Politics and Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Balliol College
Emeritus Professor of Government, Fellow, All Souls College
Andrew Mellon Professor of American Government, Professorial Fellow Nuffield College, Director of Graduate Studies (Politics), Emeritus Fellow St John’s College
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow
Research topic: Recentralisation and its causes: Colombia, 1994-2014
Research Fellow, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Research topic: U.S. Congress, polarization, and electoral systems.
Associate Professor of Politics, Praelector in Politics, Queens College, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Emeritus Professor in Politics and Tutorial Fellow, Lady Margaret Hall
Research topic: Donor approaches to supporting institutional reform in Africa
Research topic: Direct democracy and campaign finance in the US
Professor of Comparative Politics, University Lecturer, Fellow, Nuffield College
British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellow and Research Fellow at Nuffield College
Professor of Comparative Politics and Tutorial Fellow (St Hilda's College)
Lecturer in Politics at St Edmund Hall
Associate Professor of Chinese Politics, Fellow of Merton College
Professor of Politics and Fellow of Jesus College
Associate Professor in Government and Public Policy, Blavatnik School of Government, St. Hildas College
Associate Professor of European Politics, Tutorial Fellow at Hertford College
10th Aug 2017
Venezuela seems locked in a downward political and economic spiral, but what happens in Venezuela has far broader implications for international security
21st Jun 2017
17th May 2017
Professor Desmond King has written for Prospect magazine on developments in Donald Trump's presidency, and in particular the sacking of the Director of the FBI, James Comey.
9th May 2017
Professor James Tilley and Dr Thomas Leeper (LSE) have started a new research project, led by former department academic Professor Sara Holbolt (now also at LSE), which will study what the public expects from Brexit and what outcome of the negotiations might be considered legitimate.
23rd Mar 2017
Teresa Bejan has appeared on Rational Radio Daily With Steele And Ungar (20 March) and the ‘Interchange’ programme on WFHB (21 March) to talk about her book Mere Civility, and what it might be able to teach about a perceived ‘crisis of civility’ in the United States and beyond.
28th Feb 2017
24th Feb 2017
9th Feb 2017
7th Feb 2017
3rd Feb 2017
Richard Johnson has been quoted in an article for the Independent (26 January) entitled ‘Chance of being killed by refugee terrorist in United States is one in 3.6 billion’.
30th Jan 2017
11th Jan 2017
Congratulations to Karina Gould (MPhil International Relations, 2011) who has been appointed as Minister of Democratic Institutions in Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet shuffle yesterday.
4th Jan 2017
Desmond King has written an article for The Telegraph (29 December) entitled ‘How Donald Trump will tear down the state – and out-Reagan Ronald Reagan’.
9th Dec 2016
6th Dec 2016
On his blog of 5 December 2016, Bill Gates listed his top five books of 2016. One of his top four recommendations is Archie Brown’s The Myth of the Strong Leader.
30th Nov 2016
Professor Christopher Hood and Dr Ruth Dixon picked up the W. J. M. Mackenzie Book Prize at last night’s (29 November) Political Studies Association Annual Awards in Westminster.
24th Nov 2016
Annette Idler has appeared in an interview on the ‘World Update’ programme of BBC World Service radio (23 November).