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British Politics Society Norway was established in Oslo in June 2006. You can read about our inaugural year here.

The society is politically neutral and has no collective agenda apart from raising the interest and knowledge of British politics in Norway. Read more about our foundation and purpose in our formal regulations.

A key aim for the society is to establish and maintain a scholarly network for people interested in British politics, culture and society. Our main activities include the staging of occasional events, at the same time as we continue to develop British Politics Review as a quarterly journal.

Membership in the British Politics Society is open to individuals and institutions and includes: subscription to four editions of British Politics Review; the right to vote at our Annual General Meeting and invitation and free access to any event organised by the society.

Membership currently costs NOK 100,- per year for individuals, and NOK 300,- for institutions.

To receive more information about membership, please send us an e-mail.
The BPS board consists of four members:

ATLE L. WOLD is the current President of the BPS. Atle is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages, University of Oslo. He holds a Ph.D in British history from the University of Edinburgh (2003). His research interests include British history in the "The Long Eighteenth Century" (1688-1832 ), British identity, devolution to Scotland and Wales, and constitutional reform.

ĜIVIND BRATBERG is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Political Science, University of Oslo. Ĝivind received his Ph.D in political science from the University of Oslo in 2011. His research interests include British political parties and ideology, Britian in Europe, and social democracy in Scandinavia.

HENRY ALLEN is an independent researcher, part-time lecturer and lektor at Heltberg private gymnas. He has a Ph.D in political science from the University of East Anglia (2013). His research interests are public administration, interest organisations, the media and research methods. He has specialist knowledge in British political institutions, the British media, and British popular culture.


KRISTIN HAUGEVIK is a Senior Research Fellow at NUPI - the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. She holds a Ph.D in political science from the University of Oslo (2014). Her research interests include British foreign and security policy, Britain in the EU and NATO, and the US-British and British-Norwegian bilateral relationships.







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