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Scroll down to see a selection of our books on Brexit, journal articles and blog posts.
The Politics of Anxiety and Transformation
Ryder develops the conceptual framework of securitisation to make sense of the events surrounding the Brexit vote and its aftermath and examines the ways that political elites engineered a politics of fear, insecurity and Brexit nationalism in the run up to the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.
Brexit, Austerity and Agency
Brings together interdisciplinary and international case studies to provide a distinctive analysis of how politics in the UK and the lives of British citizens have evolved in the first decades of the twenty-first century, focusing on the interconnectedness of austerity politics, the Brexit vote and the rise of populist politics.
From Attlee to Corbyn and Brexit
Using interviews with key thinkers in the party, this book gives a lively account of the ideological developments and dramas in the Labour Party in recent decades. It delves into the totemic battles between hard and soft left, examines key periods of Labour’s ideological exhaustion and ideational confusion, and analyses the impacts of Corbynism.
Polish Women's Perspectives from Inside the UK
How has the Brexit vote affected EU migrants in the UK? This book presents a female Polish perspective, using findings from research carried out with economic migrants from Poland interviewed before and after the Brexit vote.
This book offers an historically informed discussion of the failure of the education systems in Britain to counter hostilities towards racial and ethnic minorities and migrants, which have escalated after the vote to leave the European Union, and left schools and universities failing to engage with a multiracial- multicultural society.
The Renewal of State-Citizen Cooperation
This book brings together leading figures in democratic reform and civic engagement to show why and how better state-citizen cooperation is needed to improve democracy and achieve positive social change across a range of policy areas and in varied national contexts.
With the UK’s decision to leave the EU as one of the greatest challenges in the EU’s history, this book seeks to understand the role played by social policy in the referendum campaign and withdrawal negotiations, and considers what Brexit means for social policy development both in the UK and across the EU.
Northern Ireland and Brexit
Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC licence. This thorough analysis draws upon EU, UK, Irish and international law and sets the scene for a post-Brexit Northern Ireland by showing what the future might hold.
Using cutting-edge academic work on migration and citizenship to address three themes central to current debates – borders and walls, mobility and travel, and belonging - the authors provide new insights into the politics of migration and citizenship in the UK and the US.
Could the Norway Model Work?
Two preeminent Norwegian scholars of politics and law offer a comprehensive first-hand account of Norway’s relationship with the EU and how this affects the country’s legal and political system, setting out what Britain can learn from Norway’s experience and how transferable these lessons are.
A selection of related journal articles
European Journal of Politics and Gender
Special issue: Contemporary Crises in European Politics: Gender Equality+ Under Threat
Gender, ownership and engagement during the European Union referendum: gendered frames and the reproduction of binaries
Brexit: gendered implications for equality in the UK
Emotions and Society
On our blogs
'Brexit: How we got here and how things can change' by Andrew Ryder
'What stories will we tell our children post-Brexit?' by Sally Tomlinson
'PODCAST: Making sense of Brexit' by Vic Seidler
'Brexit and domestic borders: lessons from the unspoken rules of citizenship' by Rachel Humphris
'A long view on Brexit and social policy' by Linda Hantrais
'Brexit won’t be over until it is over: reflecting on Theresa May’s strategy'by Janice Morphet
'Documenting media bias and lies' by Simon Wren-Lewis
'Brexit: 10 myths about the 'Norway model' examined' by John Erik Fossum and Hans Petter Graver
'Brexit and working-class politics' by Steve Hall, James Treadwell and Simon Winlow
'Why Brexit will be bad for workers' by Tonia Novitz, from Futures of Work