Dr. Kenneth Morrison is Senior Lecturer in Modern European History at De Montfort University, Leicester and will be Senior Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economic’s European Institute in 2011/12. He is the author of ‘Montenegro: A Modern History; (IB Tauris, 2009).
Kenneth specialises in the history and politics of the former Yugoslavia (with an emphasis of Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina), theoretical approaches to nationalism and ethnic conflict, and elite theory. He has previously taught at UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), the University of Stirling and the University of Aberdeen.
He is the author of ‘Montenegro: A Modern History’ which is published by IB Tauris (2008), and is working on a text focusing on political, cultural, and religious identity in the Sandzak region of Serbia and Montenegro (to be published by Hurst & Co. in 2009).
He also writes regular policy papers for the UK Defence Academy Advanced Research and Assessment Group (ARAG) and the Economist Intelligecne Unit, articles for Balkan Insight (BIRN), Jane’s Intelligence Review, Jane’s Islamic Affairs Analyst, and numerous academic journals.
He has conducted consultancy and research for the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, is the Director of the Southeast European Research Nexus (SEER Nexus) consultancy, and sits on the editorial board of the Western Balkans Security Observer (Belgrade).
|Montenegro: A Modern History – by Kenneth Morrison|