Matthew Goodwin is an Associate Professor in Politics at the University of Nottingham, and Associate Fellow at Chatham House. He is a leading authority on right-wing extremism, and his research interests also include elections, voting behaviour and research methodology.
Matthew is the author of numerous studies and books on the extreme right, and has conducted extensive qualitative and quantitative research on a variety of topics. He currently sits on the government working group on anti-Muslim prejudice, and has undertaken research for the UK Home Office, Council of Europe, Department for Communities and Local Government, Welsh Government and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Matthew is the co-founder of Extremis Project.
New British Fascism: Rise of the British National Party (Routledge, 2011)
Can conservatism survive the 21st century?
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Richard Swinburne, emeritus professor, philosophy of religion, University of Oxford; author, 'The Existence of God and The Evolution of the Soul'