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Steven Kettell

Associate Professor in Politics and International Studies

Tel: (024) 7615 0061
Room: E1.27

Advice and feedback hours are by appointment.

Steven Kettell is an Associate Professor in Politics and International Studies. He received a BSc. (Hons) in Politics from Plymouth (spending a semester at the University of Economics, Prague), and an MA in Comparative Politics from York. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Warwick in 2003 on the subject of exchange rate policy-making, with particular reference to Britain's membership of the gold standard during the interwar period. He worked as a lecturer in British Politics at the University of Birmingham from 2003-2005, and is also a founder and Co-Executive Editor of British Politics.


Modules for 2018/19 are available from the links on the right.


My main research interests are centred on the politics of secularism and the role of religion in the public sphere.

Read: 'A Secularist Response to the Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public Life'.