Prof Daniel Hough
|Post:||Professor of Politics (Politics)|
|Location:||FREEMAN CENTRE F07|
|Internal:||7648 or 8578|
|UK:||01273 877648 or 01273 678578|
|International:||+44 1273 877648 or +44 1273 678578|
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Dan Hough graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1997. On leaving the North-East he headed for the Institute for German Studies at the University of Birmingham to complete his PhD. Following the completion of his doctoral studies in 2000 he spent another two years in Birmingham working on a Leverhulme Trust funded research project with Professor Charlie Jeffery and then as an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow. He then moved to the University of Nottingham for a year before joining the department in the Autumn of 2003.
If Dan is not in his office then he is likely either to be watching Shrewsbury Town Football Club or playing cricket for Twickenham CC. He tweets (about anything from corruption through to lower league football and from German politics and to the great game of cricket) on @thedanhough
2013- Professor of Politics
Sept 2011- January 2012 Visiting Fellow, Renmin Law School, Renmin University of China, Beijing
2011- Director, Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption (SCSC)
2009-2012 Reader in Politics, University of Sussex
2006-2009 Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Sussex
2003-2006 Lecturer in Politics, University of Sussex
2002-03 Lecturer in Politics, University of Nottingham
2001-02 ESRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Birmingham
2000-01 Research Assistant on a Leverhulme Trust funded project with Professor Charlie Jeffery, University of Birmingham
1997-2000 PhD, University of Birmingham
1995-96 University of Leipzig, Germany
1993-1997 BA (Hons), University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Community and Business
In his role as Director of the Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption (SCSC) Dan regularly works with and advises practitioners in the anti-corruption community. Do get in touch with Dan to find out more.
Dan also serves as the Chairman of the International Association for the Study of German Politics having previously served as both Secretary (2007-10) and Treasurer (2004-07).