Max Horder is a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology at Princeton University. His overall research interests focus on Brexit, populism, polarisation, and the broader disintegration of trust in liberal-democratic institutions across Europe. He is also interested in both the legacy of the British Empire and how Brexit is reshaping affiliation to traditional party affiliation. He currently resides in London, where he conducts long-term ethnographic work with members of political parties across the United Kingdom. Previously, he completed his MPhil at the University of Cambridge and his BSc at the London School of Economics.
Research Assistant, PORDIR