Matthew Goodwin is Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent and a Visiting Senior Fellow at Chatham House. He is an authority on areas such as Britain and Europe, radicalism, immigration and Euroscepticism and has co-authored papers including Britain after Brexit: A Nation Divided and Why Britain Voted for Brexit: An Individual-Level Analysis of the 2016 Referendum Vote. He has received the Richard Rose Prize for his contribution to the study of politics, and the Communicator Prize, as well as winning the Paddy Power Political Book of the Year for Revolt on the Right, which he co-authored with Robert Ford.
New and old forces in modern elections,
May 13th, 2017, Lecture Hall