Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Dr Marius Guderjan



Lecturer and Researcher in British Politics



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Dr Marius Guderjan is a lecturer and researcher in British Politics at the Centre for British Studies at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. For his post-doc project, he takes a comparative federal perspective to examine the institutionalisation and patterns of intergovernmental cooperation, conflict and influence between the Scottish, Welsh and British Governments. Besides his expertise in regional and local government, he has a strong interest in the cause and consequences of Brexit, European integration, Europeanisation, international relations, political attitudes and participation, Euroscepticism, welfare state and social policy.


In 2013, Marius obtained his PhD at Manchester Metropolitan University and worked subsequently as a senior research assistant at the university’s Policy Evaluation and Research Unit. Prior to his PhD, Marius completed an MA in European Politics (Research) with distinction at the University of Liverpool and studied Social Science with an emphasis on politics at the University of Cologne.


Marius is currently co-chairman of the Arbeitskreis Großbritannien-Forschung (German Association for British Studies) and of the Berlin-Britain Research Network/Humboldt-Universität. Her organised and presented at a variety of academic conferences, workshop and public lectures. Together with Tom Verhelst, Marius published the book Local Government in the European Union Completing the Integration Cycle (Palgrave Macmillan 2021). He also co-edited the collected volume Contested Britain: Brexit, Austerity and Agency (Bristol University Press 2020) with Gesa Stedman and Hugh Mackay, and published a number of journal articles and book chapters on European integration and Brexit.