Trevor J. Allen is an assistant professor at Central Connecticut State University. His research and teaching explore the mechanisms behind far right parties' durability and ubiquity in Western Europe, and far right populism around the world. His work has been featured in Party Politics, Electoral Studies, Mathematical Social Science, and presented at numerous conferences. Feel free to email him with any questions. 

Academic positions: 

Assistant Professor, Central Connecticut State University Fall 2017- Present

Courses Taught (please email for syllabi):

Lower Division: Introduction to Comparative Politics (CCSU, Chapman University, UC Irvine)

Upper Division: Fascism, Populism, and Far Right Politics (seminar); West European Politics; Russian and Eastern European Politics ; Modern Political Theory; Contemporary Political Theory (CCSU); The European Union (Chapman University). 


PhD, UC Irvine, 2017, Political Science

MA, UC Irvine, 2014, Mathematical Behavioral Science

MA, UC Irvine, 2014, Political Science

BA, Western Washington University, Political Science