Last updated: 01/01/2017
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Research Fellow at the Migration Policy Centre, European University Institute, Florence
Dennison, J. (2018), 'The rug pulled from under them: UKIP and the Greens in 2017' in Parliamentary Affairs
Birch, S. & Dennison, J. (2017), 'How protest voters choose' in Party Politics
Dennison, J. & Draege, J. (2017), 'Making Sense of the 2016 Italian Constitutional Referendum' in Mediterranean Politics
Dennison, J. & Goodwin, M. (2018, forthcoming), ‘The Radical Right in the United Kingdom’ in eds. Rydgren, J. The Oxford Handbook of the Radical Right. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Evans, G., Carl, N. and Dennison, J. (2017, forthcoming) 'Brexit: The Causes and Consequences of the UK's decision to leave the EU' in Crises of Europe
Dennison, J (2016) The Greens in British Politics: Protest, Anti-Austerity and the Divided Left, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Dennison, J (2015) ‘The Other Insurgency? The Greens and the Election’ in Parliamentary Affairs, 68 (1): 188-205
Dennison, J and Goodwin, M (2015) ‘Immigration, Issue Ownership and the Rise of UKIP’ in Parliamentary Affairs, 68 (1): 168-187
Papers under review
'Electoral Dynamics in Singapore'
'Re-specifying the relationship between values and attitudes to immigration'
'An Explanation for Brexit' with Professor Geoff Evans and Noah Carl
'Resources and Within-Individual Variation in Voter Turnout'
'Mobilisation and Within-Individual Variation in Voter Turnout'
'Socialisation and Within-Individual Variation in Voter Turnout'
'Political Psychology and Within-Individual Variation in Voter Turnout'
Research in Progress
'Habit and Voter Turnout'
'The Rational Choice Model and within individual variation in voter turnout'
'Terrorist attacks and attitudes to immigration'
'Attitudes to immigration in Singapore'
'Explaining Attitudes to Immigration in Europe' with Professor Andrew Geddes
'Europhoria, 1986 - 1992: Explaining Britain's Pro-European Moment'
Joint Research Centre Summer School: 'Evidence for Policy' - Lecturer, 2017
Migration Policy Centre Summer School - Lecturer, 2017
POL229 - Political Analysis: Research Design and Data Analysis, University of Sheffield, Autumn 2015
Research Assistant, The UK in a Changing Europe, ESRC Project, Chatham House
Research Assistant, UKIP: Inside the Campaign to Redraw the Map of British Politics, British Academy funded
UK Team Leader, EUandI
Blog posts and press
The Causes of Brexit - television interview for Lithuanian current affairs programme Savaite
Italianos votam em referendo que pode levar à queda de premiê, Folha de São Paulo
Voor betere grondwet (of tegen Renzi), De Volksrant
Stemmen over wet is stemmen over Renzi, De Morgen
La London School scommette sulla vittoria del No, La Repubblica
The Ultimate Causes of Brexit: History, Culture and Geography, LSE British Politics and Policy
A Long Time Coming: Brexit and What Happens Next, LSE BrexitVote
What next for the Greens? The Green Party after Natalie Bennett, LSE British Politics and Policy
The Green Surge and how it changed the membership of the Party, LSE British Politics and Policy
Portugal's change of government puts the country firmly in uncharted territory, LSE EUROPP
Populist personalities: The Big Five Personality Traits and the 2015 UK General Election, LSE British Politics and Policy
Why preventing a Brexit is by no means a done deal, London Evening Standard
From Devo-Max to West Lothian Max, LSE British Politics and Policy
A Lib-Lab Coalition is Perfectly Possible, with the SNP as the Silent Partner, LSE General Election 2015
The Loser Takes it All – The SNP After the Referendum, LSE General Election 2015
Green Party Voters Look Like Lib Dems, think like Labour voters and are as dissatisfied as ‘Kippers, LSE British Politics and Policy
UKIP- A flash-in-the-pan or a long term insurgent? Ballots and Bullets
An English Parliament: The Best Way to Save the UK? Open Democracy
Though the Green Party’s popularity may continue to rise, it is too ideological to become a ‘UKIP of the left’, LSE British Politics and Policy
Carswell’s defection to UKIP will harm Cameron because it was based on principle, but don’t expect other Eurosceptics to follow, LSE British Politics and Policy