UCL European Institute


Migration & Identity



Identities in Flux: British Evangelical Identity in the Time of Brexit and Trump
Katie Gaddini (Institute of Education)
Type: Article, Journal of Contemporary Religion
Date: 12/04/2021

Invisible Poles and their integration into Polish society: Changing identities of UK second-generation migrants in the Brexit era
Prof Anne White and Kinga Goodwin (UCL SSEES)
Type: Article, Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture
Date: 15/12/2020

A Populist Paradox? How Brexit Softened Anti-Immigration Attitudes
Professor Jennifer Hudson (UCL Dept of Political Science) et al
Type: Article, British Journal of Political Science
Date: 04/05/2020

Why the EU Settlement Scheme is not good enough as it is
Alexandra Bulat (UCL SSEES)
Type: Blog, LSE British Politics and Policy Blog
Date: 14/02/2020

The invisible minority: where are EU citizens’ voices in UK politics?
Alexandra Bulat (UCL SSEES)
Type: Blog, UCL Europe Blog
Date: 08/09/2020

Hostile and Harmful: Structural Stigma and Minority Stress Explain Increased Anxiety Among Migrants Living in the UK After the Brexit Referendum
David Frost (Social Research Institute, Institute of Education)
Type: Article, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Date: 2020

How does local-level contact shape attitudes towards EU migrants? A comparison of British, Romanian and Polish residents' views in two English local authorities in the context of Brexit
Alexandra Bulat (UCL SSEES)
Type: Doctoral thesis
Date: 2020

Stray thoughts on British electoral politics and the Jews
Michael Berkowitz (UCL Hebrew & Jewish Studies)
Type: Blog
Date: 09/12/2019

Brexit vote linked to rise in discrimination and anxiety among migrants
Dr David Frost (UCL Department of Social Science)
Type: analysis
Date: 24/10/2019

Brexit’s identity politics and the question of subjectivity
Nikolay Mintchev and Henrietta Moore (UCL Institute for Global Prosperity)
Type: Article, Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society
Date: 16/10/2019

What policy do British voters want on EU immigration? Is there a hidden consensus?
Tessa Buchanan, Lee de-Wit (University of Cambridge) and Alan Renwick (UCL Constitution Unit)
Type: Blog, LSE Brexit Blog
Date: 13/09/2019

Invisible Poles: A Book of Interview Extracts
Dr Kinga Goodwin, Research Officer, and  Professor Anne White, UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies.
Type: e-book
Date: 2019

Would introducing ID cards prevent a stalemate in a new referendum?  
Tessa Buchanan (UCL Psychology)
Type: Blog
Date: 03/12/2018

New polling reveals shift from immigration to sovereignty as the priority
Professor Christina Pagel (UCL Clinical Operational Research Unit) & Christabel Cooper
Type: Research Paper, the UK in a changing Europe
Date: 27/07/2018

Those with changing preferences on Brexit are the engaged, not the dissatisfied and alienated
Jan Germen Janmaat  (UCL IOE)
Type: Blog, UCL Brexit Blog
Date: 13/07/2018

Changing Preferences for Brexit: Identifying the Groups with Volatile Support for 'Leave'
Jan Germen Janmaat, Gabriella Melis, Andy Green and Nicola Pensiero  (UCL IOE)
Type: Research paper, LLAKES
Date: July 2018

Working-class concerns ignored in Brexit debate
Dr Nicholas Wright  (UCL Political Science)
Type: Letters, The Guardian
Date: 22/06/2018

The heritage of Brexit: Roles of the past in the construction of political identities through social
Dr Chiara Bonacchi, Dr Mark Altaweel and Dr Marta Kryzanksa  (UCL Institute of Archaeology)
Type: Academic paper, Journal of Social Archaeology 
Date: 09/03/2018

The heritage of Brexit: roles of the past in the construction of political identities through social media
Chiara Bonacchi (University of Stirling), Mark Altaweel (UCL Institute of Archaeology), Marka Krzyzanska (University of Cambridge)
Type: Article, Journal of Social Archaeology
Date: 09/03/2018

Languages after Brexit, How the UK speaks to the World
Dr Dina Mehmedbegovic (UCL IOE)
Type: Book, Chapter 10 on the benefits bilinguism  
Date: 2018

Understanding the social and cultural bases of Brexit
Dr Tak Wing Chan, Dr Morag Henderson, Dr Maria Sironi and Dr Juta Kawalerowicz (UCL Institute of Education)
Type: Working paper, IOE Dept of Quantitative Social Science
Date: December 2017

Bones and Brexit: The Past and the Future 
Clare Lewis, Elizabeth Farebrother, Mariana Nabais, Chloe Ward (UCL Institute of Archaeology)
Type: Article, PIA
Date: 21/12/2017

EU and me: why are British pensioners more likely to vote against open borders than their peers across the channel?
Jan Germen Janmaat  (UCL IOE)
Type: Blog, IOE Blog
Date: 14/07/2017

Brexit and empire: a long-term view
Dr Andrew Gardner (UCL Institute of Archaeology)
Type: Blog, UCL European Institute
Date: 20/02/2017

Why teachers in London's most diverse schools believe Brexit threatens British values
Dr Miri Yemini (UCL Institute of Education)
Type: Blog, IOE London Blog
Date: 25/01/2017

Brexit, boundaries and imperial identities: A comparative view
Dr Andrew Gardner (UCL Institute of Archaeology)
Type: Article, Journal of Social Archaeology
Date: 17/01/2017

Why higher levels of education don't necessarily mean higher levels of tolerance
Dr Jan Germen Janmaat (UCL Institute of Education)
Type: Blog, The Conversation
Date: 19/12/2016

Why Britain's Finances Will Suffer if Brexit Reduces Migration
Professor Ian Preston (UCL Dept of Economics)
Type: Blog, The Conversation
Date: 08/12/2016

Immigration and the UK: Reflections after Brexit
Professor Christian Dustmann (UCL Dept of Economics), Marco Alfano (Strathclyde) and Tommaso Frattini (Milan)
Type: Report, UCL CReAM 
Date: September 2016

Unapproved Routes: Histories of the Irish Border, 1922-1972
Dr Peter Leary (IAS)
Type: Book 
Date: August 2016

Brexit vote was due to "a loss of identity more than anything else"
Professor Alan Penn (The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment)
Type: Blog, Archinect
Date: 30/07/2016

The SSEES Brexit Debate: Eastern Europe, Migration and Security - event video
Type: Video, UCL SSEES 
Date: 09/06/2016

A Response to Gardner and Harrison: the Reasons for, and Implications of, Brexit from an Anthropological Standpoint
Megan Arnot (UCL Anthropology)
Type: Article, PIA
Date: Unspecified

Brexit, Archaeology and Heritage: Reflections and Agendas
Dr Andrew Gardner and Professor Rodney Harrison (UCL Institute of Archaeology)
Type: Article, PIA
Date: Unspecified