Dr Lamprini Rori
Lecturer in Politics
+44 (0)1326 259219
Peter Lanyon Building A142
My research interests are in the areas of comparative politics, political behaviour, party politics and political communication. I am a member of the Centre for Elections, Media and Participation (CEMaP), the Centre for European Governance (CEG) and the Press Officer of the Greek Political Science Group (GPSG) of the Political Studies Association. My current projects focus on the electoral rise of the far right in Europe, the role of emotions in radicalisation, political violence and the dynamics of political networks in social media. I offer courses on comparative politics, political psychology of the masses, political sociology, research methods and design.
I currently act as the Senior Tutor of the Department of Politics in Penryn. I have served the department as Communications Officer from 2018 to 2019.
I am the Project Coordinator and Principal Researcher of the 2018-2019 LSE Research Project "Low-intensity violence in crisis-ridden Greece: evidence from the radical right and the radical left" and the 2018-2019 Early Career Fellow of the British School at Athens.
My research interests are in the areas of comparative politics, political behaviour, party politics and political communication. They include the demise of social democracy, the rise of the far right in Europe, online political networks, the professionalization of political communication and the role of emotions in political behaviour.
Research supervisionI am able to supervise research students in comparative politics, party politics and party systems, electoral behaviour, far right and far left parties, social-democrat and socialist parties, political psychology, political communication, elections and campaigns. I would also be interested in supervising on topics like radicalisation, violence, populism, conflict, emotions. I also dispose an expertise in French and Greek politics.
- POC2083 - The Research Toolkit for Politics and International Relations
- POC2098 - Comparative Politics
- POC2111 - Political Sociology
- POC3051 - Political Psychology of Masses
- POC3111 - Political Sociology