Andrew Reeve studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford, concentrating on the latter two. He pursued postgraduate study at Nuffield College, Oxford, before joining the Warwick department as a probationary lecturer in 1976. He is currently Professor of Politics.
Political theory in the Anglo-American tradition, both historical and contemporary. Within the history of political-social thought, a particular interest in the emergence of industrial society and the developments in political thought associated with it, including theories of property and exploitation. In contemporary thought, a particular interest in theories of welfare and the normative grounding of the welfare state.
Teaching and supervision
Andrew currently teaches on the 2nd year undergraduate module Political Theory from Hobbes.
Supervision work in political theory, particularly history of political thought.
Professor of Politics
Room: D1.20 (Social Sciences)
Tel: (024 765) 23109
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