Dr. Dan Paget is a Lecturer in Politics at the University of Aberdeen. He studies African electoral politics, political communication and political discourse. He is currently writing a book about rallies and electioneering in sub-Saharan Africa. He completed his doctorate at the University of Oxford. He has previously held posts at University College London and the School of Oriental and African Studies.
Dan has published in the Journal of Democracy, African Affairs, the International Journal of Press/Politics, the Journal of Political Ideologies and Democratization.
Teaching Fellow, University College London
Teaching Fellow, School of Oriental and African Studies
Doctoral student, University of Oxford
University of Oxford, MSc African Studies
Again, Making Tanzania Great: Restorationist Developmental Nationalism in Tanzania, Democratization
Mistaken for Populism: Magufuli, Ambiguity and Elitist Plebeianism in Tanzania, Journal of Political Ideologies
The Rally-Intensive Campaign: A Distinct Form of Electioneering in Sub-Saharan Africa and Beyond, International Journal of Press/Politics
The Authoritarian Origins of Well-Organized Opposition Parties: The Rise of Chadema in Tanzania, African Affairs
Tanzania: Shrinking Space and Opposition Protest, Journal of Democracy