The Oxford University Politics Blog publishes piece by Paul Geyer
Oxford University Politics Blog has published Paul Geyer's piece about social media and subscription services.
New research explores "the cultural grammar of popular left politics"
New research by Dr Jonathan Dean analyses how recent music by the singer Marina Diamandis, and its reception by fans, engages with popular left wing politics.
Dr James Souter on Ilkley Literature Festival podcast
POLIS Lecturer, Dr James Souter, recently appeared on the Ilkley Literature Festival's podcast series.
Dr Derek Edyvane awarded AHRC Fellowship
Dr Derek Edyvane, Associate Professor of Political Theory, has been awarded an AHRC Research, Development and Engagement Fellowship to lead a project on ‘Ordinary Citizenship’.
Dr Eike Rinke co-authors paper on 'Expert-Informed Topic Models for Document Set Discovery'
The paper, co-authored by Dr Eike Rinke, has been published in the Journal of Communication Methods and Measures.