Modules convened

2014-date. PO327 – Introduction to Comparative Politics. 1st year. University of Kent.

2013-date. PO951 – States, Nations, and Democracy. Master’s level. University of Kent.

2002-14. PO607 – Comparative European Politics. 2nd year. University of Kent.

2004-13. PO885 – Decision-Making in the European Union. Master’s level. University of Kent.

2003-12. PO609 – Federalism, Regionalism, and Nationalism in Europe. 3rd year. University of Kent.

2011-12. PO312 – European Integration. 1st year. University of Kent.

2008-09. PO566 – Europe and the World. 3rd year. University of Kent.

2002-05. PO604 – Government and Politics of Switzerland. 3rd year. University of Kent.

2002-05. PO5463 – Government and Politics of France. 3rd year. University of Kent.

2003-04. PO611 – Politics of the European Union. 2nd year. University of Kent.

2000-02. ES3000 – Contemporary Issues in European Integration. 3rd year. Royal Holloway, University of London.

2000-02. ES1000 – Introduction to the European Union. 1st year. Royal Holloway, University of London.

1999-01. LIT517 – Introduction to the European Union. Master’s level. University of Surrey.

Contributions

2003-14. PO327 – Introduction to Comparative Politics. 1st year. University of Kent.

2006-11. PO866 – Federalism and Federal Political Systems. Master’s level. University of Kent.

2003-08. PO619 – Modern Classics of Comparative Politics. 3rd year. University of Kent.

2004-07. PO886 – European Public Policy. Master’s level. University of Kent.

2002-03. PO313 – Contemporary Europe. 1st year. University of Kent.

2002-03. PO556 – European Integration. 2nd year. University of Kent.

2001-02. HS2295 – Nation and Europe. 2nd year. Royal Holloway, University of London.

1999-01. GV244 – Government, Politics and Public Policy in the European Union. 2nd and 3rd year. London School of Economics.

1999-01. LIE202 – Evolution of an Integrated Europe. 2nd year. University of Surrey.

Research supervision

2016-date. Kieran Wright. State Contestation and Party Competition. PhD in Comparative Politics.

2015-date. Guillermo Reyes Pascual. Articulating the Nation in the Outer Periphery. PhD in Comparative Politics.

2014-15. Meng Zhu. Religion and National Identity in China. Visiting doctoral reseacher in Comparative Politics from Peking University, China.

2013-14. Fabian Hayoz. When Foreign Policy Goes Wrong. Visiting doctoral researcher in International Relations from the University of Berne, Switzerland.

2009-13. Tom Vandenkendelaere. The Evolution of Polish-German Relations in the Context of EU Enlargement: the Limits to Europeanisation. PhD in International Relations.

2009-13. Sean Mueller. Why Centralisation? A Comparative Analysis of the Swiss Cantons. PhD in Politics & Government, awarded without corrections.

2007-09. Rebecca Casson. Incentives, Opportunities and Constraints in Local Government Paradiplomacy: a Case Study of the Kent-Virginia Project. MA-R in Politics & Government, awarded without corrections.

Visiting professorships

2016. Understanding Changing State Structures in Western Europe. 2nd year. University of Cologne, Germany.

2010. Federalism in Western Europe. Master’s level. Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain.

Invited lectures and seminars

2014. University of Berne, Switzerland.

2012. University of Oslo, Norway.

2011. Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain and University of Glasgow, Scotland.

2010. Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain.

2009. Jagiellonian University of Krakow, Poland.

2008. University of Siena, Italy.

2006. University of Lille 2, France.  

2005. University of Berne, Switzerland and Tyumen State University, Russia.

2004. University of Edinburgh and University of St Andrews, Scotland.

2003. Dnipropetrovsk National University, Ukraine.