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Callum Tindall

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Biography

Callum is a doctoral researcher within the School of Politics and International Relations. His thesis focuses on Populism in 21st Century Britain.

Before beginning his PhD research at the University of Nottingham, Callum completed his undergraduate degree at Aberystwyth University in Politics and International Relations. His undergraduate dissertation focused on social movements in the Arab Spring Uprisings. In 2015, Callum began his dual-degree Master's in European Studies at the University of Flensburg and the University of Southern Denmark. His Master's thesis considered the role of class in the Brexit vote through a Bourdieusian perspective.

Callum is associated within the British Politics Institute at the University of Nottingham. Further, he has experience working as an Assistant Editor for the peer-reviewed Journal: Culture, Practice and Europeanization.

Expertise Summary

  • Populism
  • Brexit
  • British Politics
  • European Politics
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Comparative Politics

Teaching Summary

Callum teaches the following modules at the University of Nottingham:

Autumn Semester 2019/20: Introduction to Comparative Politics (POLI1014)

Callum has also provided seminar teaching on the following module at the University of Flensburg, Germany:

Winter Semester 2016/17: Introduction to Sociology

Research Summary

Callum's research interests predominantly consider contemporary politics. His doctoral research investigates the role and key themes of populism; attempting to build a comprehensive framework for… read more

Current Research

Callum's research interests predominantly consider contemporary politics. His doctoral research investigates the role and key themes of populism; attempting to build a comprehensive framework for future studies.

The focus of his research takes a comparative approach, studying the role of populist articulation in the discourse of the 5 most supported political parties in the 2015 and 2017 General Elections. Using discourse analysis to interpret a variety of sources, the extent to which each leader adopts a populist approach is examined.

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