Dr Bryn Willcock

Dr Bryn Willcock

Lecturer, Political and Cultural Studies

Telephone number

+44 (0) 1792 604298

Email address

Available For Postgraduate Supervision

About

Dr Bryn Willcock has been teaching at Swansea University since 1995. He has also been a lecturer at the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David. His main teaching and research interests focus upon American foreign policy, American history, terrorism, nuclear history as well as British and European politics. 

Dr Willcock is Admissions Officer for American Studies. He is the Coordinator for the American Intercalary Year, as well as the Semester Abroad Coordinator for PCS. He also has responsibility for incoming and exchange students into the Department. 

Dr Willcock has been involved in the publication of books by both Oxford University Press and Taylor and Francis. In 2010 he was involved in the European-wide PartiRep Research project (http://www.partirep.eu/project) and in 2014 was engaged as a consultant on British Public Policy during the creation of the EUVOX voting project.  

In 2017 Dr Willcock won an Excellence in Learning and Teaching Award, an award presented to those who offer outstanding support to students studying at the University.    

As part of the Erasmus Exchange Programme Dr Willcock has taught at both Uppsala University in 2018 and at the University of Iceland in 2019 and 2020. 

Areas Of Expertise

  • Terrorism
  • Nuclear History
  • Post 1945 America
  • British Politics

Career Highlights

Teaching Interests

Terrorism
Nuclear History
Post 1945 America
British Culture and Politics
American Foreign Policy 

Research

Brandenburg, U., Willcock, B. 2019The Impact of an International Component in Educating the Public Using an Experimental DesignJournal of Studies in International Education

https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa53157doi: 10.1177/1028315319889892 

Award Highlights

In 2017 Dr Willcock won an Excellence in Learning and Teaching Award, an award presented to those who offer outstanding support to students studying at the University.