About Daniel Drugge
Daniel Drugge is a senior lecturer in political science. He has a PhD in political science from the University of British Columbia, in Canada, and a MSc in political theory from the London School of Economics.
Daniel Drugge is passionate about teaching and has taught courses in political theory, democratic theory, comparative politics, political economy, and public policy at several universities in Canada and Sweden. Since 2019, he is the program director for Public Administration and Leadership at Örebro University, and is involved in a project run by the Centre for Academic Development aimed at supporting and developing teaching and learning at the university. As part of that project he is responsible for the course A Practical Introduction to Teaching, and is conducting a research project examining the reading habits of students.
Daniel Drugge’s research centers on questions in political theory. He is particularly interested in the public policy implications of different normative conceptions of freedom and justice, with a focus on republicanism, and is also involved in a research project concerning democratic deliberation.