Collectively, our aim is to analyse and theorise changing forms of political engagement in an unstable and unpredictable political moment.
We include staff with backgrounds in British politics, political theory, political economy and quantitative research methods.
Research within the centre currently focuses on three key areas: the aftermath of Brexit, the politics of emotion, and the politics of knowledge.
“RT @VoterEngagement: Becoming "dormitory suburbs of a nearby city"; @lisanandy discussing the fears of small communities re. urban plann… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…”
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“RT @VoterEngagement: |@Kirstydevlin1 on @RecodeUK, a social enterprise encouraging learning about coding and, more generally, entry into… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…”
“RT @VoterEngagement: What do communities need to thrive? (1) Prosperity and (2) Control and Identity. Challenging to balance these requi… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…”