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Dr Daniel Brett

Teaching Fellow in Governing Divided Societies

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Daniel Brett took an MA in Central and South-East European Studies and then a PhD at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London. His PhD examined the relationship between the peasantry in Eastern Europe and their political representatives before the Communist takeovers in Poland and Romania. His work focuses on questions of agency and institutional organization. He has previously taught at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies and the Open University. He was a research fellow at New Europe College in Bucharest, Romania from 2011 until 2012.

His research focuses on societies undergoing rapid social, economic and political transformation and looks at how social groups respond to these changes and articulate their interests to their political representatives. He is currently working on the integration of non-Romanian Minorities into the Romanian Peasant Party during the interwar period. His research interests include party politics and organization in particular Agrarian parties.

He is the founder of the Romanian-Moldovan Studies Group which provides a forum for researchers working on Romania and Moldova.

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