Professor Jeremy JenningsProfessor of Political Theory - Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy

Having received his doctorate from the University of Oxford, Jeremy taught at the University of Swansea (1979-1995), the University of Birmingham (1995-2005), and Queen Mary University of London (2005-2013). He served as Head of Department in Birmingham and at Queen Mary, was Vincent Wright Professor at the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques in Paris in 2006 and was also a visiting fellow at the University of Columbia Research Centre in Paris. Jeremy holds a visiting professorship with the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques.

Jeremy's research focuses upon the history of political thought in France. He is presently finishing a book provisionally entitled Travels with Tocqueville and is acting as co-editor of the Cambridge Encyclopedia of French Thought. A larger, long-term project is to write a history of the concept of liberty. Teaching: Jeremy teaches the undergraduate module on Liberalism. Jeremy's teaching has largely fallen within the area of the history of political thought from the Renaissance onwards. Recently he has has taught options on liberalism, twentieth-century political thought and the history of economic thought. Latest publications

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