Neven
Andjelic awarded Visiting Senior Fellowship at LSE

Regent’s University London Senior Lecturer, Neven Andjelic, has been awarded a Visiting Senior Fellowship at London School of Economics (LSE), beginning on 1 September 2018.

The Visiting Senior Fellow category at LSE is for academic visitors who have been leading voices in their field of expertise, having published work of distinction.



Dr Andjelic said of his appointment: “My fellowship at LSE reconfirms Regent's place in the family of British universities and growing respect that we are all earning.

“It is an opportunity for me to use LSE's fantastic resources and develop further some of my own ideas, bring some new experiences to students at Regent's and hopefully establish good links between the two institutions.”

Professor Yossi Mekelberg, Head of Programme – International Relations, Politics & Law added: “I’m sure the whole University will join me in congratulating Neven on this tremendous achievement.

“It is very well deserved recognition for Neven’s academic achievements in his field over the years, and I am confident that both Regent's and LSE will benefit from this very much.”

A Senior Lecturer in International Relations and Human Rights at Regent’s, Dr Andjelic was elected in June 2014 to the Advisory Committee on the Council of Europe’s Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities to serve a four year term.

Dr Andjelic is also affiliated on a graduate course at the University of Bologna. In the past, he has taught at Birkbeck College, London, Open University and Bader International Studies Centre of the Queen's University (Kingston, Canada), and was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of California in Berkeley. He gave guest lectures and talks at Stanford University, Columbia University, LSE and several other leading institutions.