Anwen Elias

Aberystwyth University
Senior Lecturer in Comparative Politics

Biography

Anwen Elias joined the Department in February 2005. Her research and teaching encompasses European politics, comparative regionalism, nationalism, and political parties and party systems. Anwen was awarded an ESRC Post-doctoral fellowship in 2007-08, and she is currently the holder of a three-year New Career Development Fellowship, awarded by the Nuffield Foundation. She was also awarded the Aberystwyth University Teaching Excellence Award in 2009. From April 2009, she has been the Department’s Director of Welsh-medium Provision.

@Coree_Brown will be presenting 'Should we stay or should we go? A tale of 5 referendums' in #Aberdeen… https://t.co/2uq3udYdnq

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The rise and fall of regionalist and nationalist parties in Western Europe

Voter’s attitudes to constitutional relationships are not the only determinant for success or failure for ‘regionalist and nationalist parties’ such as the SNP and Plaid Cymru, says Anwen Elias.