Centre for European Union Studies (CEUS)
Hayward Lecture 2019
Brexit: What Happened and Where Do We Go from Here?
Professor Anand Menon
King’s College London and Director of UK in a Changing Europe
Professor Anand Menon is Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs, King’s College London and Director of the Economic and Social Research Council’s Initiative UK in a Changing Europe. The lecture, which will take place in Lecture Theatre 2 in the Wilberforce building, is open to students, staff and the general public.
Professor Menon has published widely on contemporary European issues. He is co-author of Brexit and British Politics (Polity, 2017) and author of Europe: The State of the Union (Atlantic Books 2008). Professor Menon is a frequent commentator on national and international broadcast media and has made several radio documentaries on contemporary politics. He has written for the Financial Times, Prospect, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, The Times and Le Monde. He is a member of the Council of the European Council on Foreign Relations and an associate fellow of Chatham House.
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The Hayward lecture is named after the late Jack Hayward who was a research Professor at the University of Hull from 1998 until his death in late 2017. From 1993-98 Professor Hayward was at Oxford University where he became the first Director of its European Studies Centre. Between 1973-93, Professor Hayward was at the University of Hull, where he served variously as Head of Department and Dean of Faculty. Prof Hayward was President of the Political Studies Association (PSA) between 1979-81 and was Editor of its journal, Political Studies, between 1987-93. During his distinguished career he was also elected to the British Academy in 1990, given two French national honours (made a Chevalier de l’Ordre Nationale de la Mérite in 1980, and a Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur in 1996), bestowed a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Political Studies Association in 2003, awarded the Isiah Berlin Prize in 2013 and given an honorary doctorate from the University of Hull in 2013. He published numerous books and articles on French and European politics and was a leading member of the Centre for European Union Studies (CEUS).