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Professor Martin Bull is Professor of Politics in the School of Humanities, Languages and the Social Sciences at the University of Salford, Deputy Chair of University Senate, Chair of the Academic Audit & Governance Committee, Member of University Council and Nominations & Governance Committee.
Outside Salford he is Academic Director of Europe's largest political science association, the European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR).
Formerly, at Salford, he was Founding Head of the School of English, Sociology, Politics & Contemporary History (1999-2002), as well as the last Head of the old Department of Politics and Contemporary History (1997-98). Before Salford he lectured at the universities of Hull and Oxford.
He has been a Visiting Fellow/Lecuturer at several institutions: European University Institute (Florence), London School of Economics, Wayne State University (Detroit), University of Nottingham, University of Clermont Ferrand II, Collegio Carlo Alberto (Turin), as well as having been a Leverhulme Trust Fellow.
His research interests are in the fields of: Contemporary Italian politics, southern European politics, the European Union, democratization, political corruption, the European left, west European communism and party political change.
Organizer and Program Chair of Conference
Organiser and Chair of Panel: 'Comparative Responses to the Economic Crisis: Europe, America and Asia - Convergence or Divergence?
Organiser and Chair of Panel: 'Energy Policy and Global Warming: American and European Approaches'
Organiser and Chair of Panel: 'Challenges to Comparative Politics'
Expert analyst and advisor on scoring on various indicators of democratic governance
For undergraduate politics degrees
Appointment was 1 May 2006