Stuart joined the Department of Political Economy at King’s College London in 2017 and is the recipient of a Sir Richard Trainor PhD Scholarship. His doctoral research focuses on historical developments in British public opinion towards European integration from 1973, the year of the United Kingdom’s accession to the European Economic Community, through to the June 2016 referendum vote to leave the European Union.
Stuart is a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the department of European and International Studies for the first-year module British Politics.
Stuart holds a BSc in International Relations and History from the London School of Economics (2011) and an MA (Distinction) in Contemporary British History from King’s College London (2012). Prior to beginning his doctoral research, Stuart worked for four years at Ipsos MORI, the well-known market research company.
Public opinion and attitudes towards European integration in the United Kingdom, 1973-2016
European integrationInternational organisationsPublic opinionBritish post-war foreign policyThe Cold War in Europe
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