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Breaking point? British citizens’ fears, projections, and polarisation on...
Tue. 6 December 2016, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm AEDT
Michael Bruter joined the LSE in 2001 having previously been employed by the University of Houston (USA) and the University of Hull. Dr Bruter received his undergraduate degree from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Bordeaux (France), Masters from the Universities of Hull and Bordeaux, and his PhD from the University of Houston (USA). In addition to his position at the LSE, he is Adjunct Associate Professor of political science at the Australian National University.
Michael has published widely in the fields of elections, political behaviour, political psychology, identities, public opinion, extreme right politics, and social science research methods. He has authored four books and numerous articles in leading political science journals. He currently directs four large projects as sole principal investigator. The projects respectively focus on electoral psychology, European identity, political participation, and extreme right politics, and represent a total funding in excess of £1.5 million. Michael has also held guest professor positions in six universities over the past three years and given guest lectures and key note speeches in over thirty institutions since 2006.
Professor Michael Bruter, Professor of Political Science and European Politics, London School of Economics
Dr Sarah Harrison, London School of Economics and Political Science
Associate Professor Matthew Zagor, ANU College of Law
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