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- Senior Lecturer
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I studied Russian and French at the University of Leeds and worked in Russia and the Czech Republic before returning to the UK to complete a Masters in Social Science and a PhD at the University of Birmingham. I joined UCL-SSEES in 2003 having previously worked as Lecturer in Politics at Brunel University, West London.
I am a political scientist specialising in the politics of Central and Eastern Europe. My research focuses primarily on issues relating to political parties and democracy in the region
My research interest include: the formation and disintegration of parties; the comparative politics of the centre-right in Central and Eastern Europe; and the emergence of new anti-establishment parties across Europe. I have also published work on the political representation of older people in Eastern Europe. I have a longstanding in-depth interest in the politics of the Czech Republic.
I currently teach or/and contribute to
Politics of Transition and Integration in Central Eastern Europe (MA);
Comparative Analysis in Political and Social Research (MA)
Theories of Social and Political Research (MA);
Advanced Qualitative Methods (MA);
Politics and Society in Central and Eastern Europe (BA);
|01-SEP-1999 – 31-AUG-2003||Lecturer in Politics||Department of Government||Brunel University, United Kingdom|
|2000||PhD||Doctor of Philosophy – Russian and French Literature||University of Birmingham|
|1995||MSci||Master of Natural Science – Russian and East European studies||University of Birmingham|
|1992||BA||Bachelor of Arts – Russian and French Literature||University of Leeds|