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Allan Little with IES Director Jeroen Dewulf

Allan Little with IES Director Jeroen Dewulf

On March 13th, BBC correspondent Allan Little, the 2018 UC Berkeley Regents' Lecturer, delivered a talk to over 30 students and community members on UK-Scottish Relations After Brexit. Little, a native of Scotland, drew upon his experience growing up there, as well as his work with the BBC in Europe, to approach the question of whether the Brexit phenomenon would eventually lead to the breakup of the entire United Kingdom.

Il Han New Professor of Asian Studies and Professor of Political Science
Professor Emeritus of Political Science
Assistant Professor in Economics
Professor of Scandinavian Studies
Katerina Linos
Professor of Law
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Professor of Modern Spanish Literature and Culture
Associate Professor of Italian Studies
Soloman P. Lee Emeritus Professor in Business Ethics
Vinod K. Aggarwal
Professor of Political Science
Assistant Professor of Economics
Adjunct Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies
Marie M. Burns Distinguished Professor of French and Comparative Literature
Dean of Social Sciences and Peder Sather Professor of History
Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Associate Professor of Political Science
Professor of Systematic Entomology
Barry Eichengreen
Professor of Economics and Political Science
William and Trudy Ausfahl Professor of Philosophy
Professor of History
Professor of Spanish
Professor of Environmental Planning
Professor of Anthropology
Robert Gordon Sproul Distinguished Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics
Professor of Linguistics
Professor of Scandinavian Studies
Associate Professor of Architecture
Professor Emeritus of Political Science
Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann
Associate Professor of History
Associate Director of International and Area Studies
Associate Professor of English
Assistant Professor, Energy and Resources Group
Professor Emeritus of Agricultural and Resource Economics
Professor of French
Associate Professor of Political Science
Sidney and Margaret Ancker Professor of German and Comparative Literature
Professor of Sociology
Professor of Scandinavian Studies and Film & Media Studies
C. William Maxeiner Distinguished Professor of Law
Professor of Economics and S.K. Angela Chan Professor of Global Management, Haas School of Business
Assistant Professor of English
Winnie Wong
Assistant Professor of Rhetoric
Professor of Sociology
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Assistant Professor of History of Art
Jackson H. Ralston Professor of International Law (Em.)
Professor of Economics
Professor of German
Professor of German and Film & Media Studies
Associate Professor of French Studies
Professor of History
Professor of Linguistics
Professor of Sociology
Assistant Professor of Spanish and Romance Linguistics
Associate Professor of French
Robinson Chair Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Assistant Professor of Italian Studies
Marion Fourcade
Professor of Sociology
Queen Beatrix Professor of Dutch Studies
Professor Emerita of Political Science and Political Economy
Associate Professor of Economics
Clinical Professor of Law
Professor of Political Science
Professor of German
E. Morris Cox Professor of Economics and Professor of Political Science
Associate Professor of German Studies
Professor of Political Science

In July 2018, IES Senior Fellow Matt Beech published a completely revised second edition of The Struggle for Labour's Soul: Understanding Labour's Political Thought Since 1945 (Routledge, 2018).

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