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American politics

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Dr Jon Herbert

Politics, International Relations and Philosophy

Tel: 01782 733539

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Research Institute: Social Sciences

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/spire/staff/herbert/

Specialist Areas: The U.S. Presidency; The Kennedy, Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Clinton, George W. Bush and Obama presidencies; US public policy making; US media.

Dr Jonathan Parker

Politics, International Relations and Philosophy

Tel: 01782 733547

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Research Institute: Social Sciences

Homepage: http://www.keele.ac.uk/spire/staff/parker/

Specialist Areas: Higher education; education policy; curriculum; governance of education; internationalisation of higher education; comparative education; study abroad; American politics.

Dr Rebecca Richards

Politics, International Relations and Philosophy

Tel: 01782 7 33211

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Research Institute: Politics, Philosophy, International Relations and Environment

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/spire/staff/rebeccarichards/

Specialist Areas: International Relations, security, peace, conflict, human rights, war, political development, statebuilding in Somaliland, local structures of governance, indirect or normative interventions, political philosophy and social anthropology, principles of liberal democracy, liberal conceptions of the state in development, and thus security, discourse and practice.

Michael Tappin

Politics, International Relations and Philosophy

Tel: 01782 733486

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Research Institute: SPIRE

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/spire/staff/tappin/#biography

Specialist Areas: US Politics, US electoral behaviour, the presidency, comparative legislative behaviour, US presidential elections