Peer-reviewed publications
Book chapters
Policy publications
Selected invited presentations

'Improvising, field research and ethnography during a rally-intensive campaign'

Qualitative Methods in Practice: Special Event Series, University College London, October 2019.

The Rally-Intensive Campaign: A Distinct Form of Electioneering in Sub-Saharan Africa and Beyond.

Political Parties in Southern Africa Workshop, University of Cape Town, December 2018.

‘Bars, Branches, Stereos and Choppers: Innovation in Election Campaign Technologies in Tanzania.’

African Studies Seminar, Centre for African Studies, University of Oxford, May 2017.

‘The Authoritarian Origins of Well-Organised Opposition Parties: The Rise of Chadema in Tanzania.’

Africa Talks, Department of African Studies and Anthropology in collaboration with the International Development Department, University of Birmingham, March 2017.

African History and Politics Seminar, University of Oxford, February 2017.

‘Rally Supporters, Canvass Swing Voters: Segmented Targeting in Tanzania.’

Democratization Seminar Series, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, November 2016.

Graduate Research Seminar, Nuffield College, University of Oxford, June 2016.

‘When There’s No Party, Nobody Comes: Campaign Rally Attendance in Rural Tanzania.’

Africa Research Forum, Centre of African Studies, University of Cambridge, March 2016.

Selected workshop and conference presentations

The Rally-Intensive Campaign: A Distinct Mode of Electioneering in Sub-Saharan Africa and Beyond.

African Studies Association (ASA) Annual Meeting, Boston November 2019.

European Conference of African Studies (ECAS), University of Edinburgh June 2019.

International Journal of Press/Politics Annual Conference, University of Oxford, October 2018.

Organised the panel entitled 'The Causes and Consequences of Election Campaign Rallies', which was sponsored by the African Political Conference Group, at the African Studies Association (ASA) Annual Meeting, November 2017.

‘Moving the crowd: Mobilising and persuading at rallies in Africa.

International Journal of Press/Politics Fifth Conference, Loughborough University, September 2019.

Elections, Parties and Public Opinion (EPOP) Annual Conference, University of Strathclyde, September 2019.

Political Science Association Annual Conference, Nottingham, April 2019.

'Mistaken for populism: Magufuli, ambiguity, and elite plebeianism in Tanzania.

Political Science Association (PSA) International Annual Conference, Nottingham, April 2019.

‘Campaign modernization without mediatization: Capitalizing rallies and parties in Tanzania.’

Media and Politics Annual Conference, University of Leeds, December 2019.

African Politics Conference Group-endorsed panel at African Studies Association Annual Conference, November 2017.

European Conference for African Studies, University of Basel, July 2017.

‘The Authoritarian Origins of Well-Organised Opposition Parties: The Rise of Chadema in Tanzania.’

European Conference on African Studies, University of Basel, July 2017.

The Arusha Declaration @50, University of Edinburgh, February 2017.

African Studies Associated United Kingdom Biennial Conference, Cambridge, September 2016.

 ‘Rally Supporters, Canvass Swing Voters: Segmented Targeting in Tanzania.’

American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, September 2016.

‘When There’s No Party, Nobody Comes: Campaign Rally Attendance in Rural Tanzania.’

International Political Science Association Annual Conference, Poznan, July 2016.

Researching East Africa Day, University of Warwick, May 2016.

‘Inter-factional competition and-interparty competition: nested games in the Movement for Multiparty Democracy in Zambia 2001- 2011.’

African Studies Associated United Kingdom Biennial Conference, Cambridge, September 2016.

Dan Paget. Doctorate from the University of Oxford Teaching Fellow at SOAS and UCL. http://www.danpaget.com

All content written by Dan Paget.

All photographs courtesy of Nicole Beardsworth, University of Warwick, and Pernille Bærendtsen, Copenhagen University.