After completing my PhD at Bristol, I undertook a 2-year Teaching and Research Fellowship with the university’s Politics department and then joined the American Studies department at the West London Institute from 1991-99. From 1999 to 2006, I taught on the American Studies programme at Brunel University, after which I became a member of the Department of Politics and History.
- BA Swansea (1984)
- PhD Bristol (1989)
Newest selected publications
Palmer, NA. (2015) '"Blue Dawn? New Hampshire and the Limits of the New England Democratic Revival" in "Presidential Swing States: Why Only Ten Matter" (Stacy Hunter-Hecht, David Schultz eds) ISBN 978-0-7391-9524-6', in Hunter-Hecht, S. (ed.) Presidential Swing States: Why Only Ten Matter. Maryland, USA : Rowman and Littlefield.Open Access Link
Palmer, NA. (2013) 'Calvin Coolidge: Conservative icon'. New York: Nova Science Publishers. ISSN 13: 9781628080353
Palmer, NA. (2012) '"Tenure Reform and Presidential Power: The Single, Six-Year Term Proposal"', in Morgan, I. (ed.) Broken Government? American Politics in the Obama Era. London : Institute for the Study of the Americas. ISBN 13: 978-0-8108-5606-6. Open Access Link
Folly, MH. and Palmer, NA. (2010) 'Historical Dictionary of U.S. Diplomacy from World War 1 Through World War 2'. Plymouth, UK: Scarecrow Press. ISSN 10: 0810856069 ISSN 13: 9780810856066