Scott Huntly

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Department of Government
Postgraduate Research Student
Department of Government
 Scott Huntly



Scott is a lecturer in politics at the University of Suffolk and a PhD candidate in the department of government at Essex. His research focuses on the political discourse of Evangelicalism after Trump and he publishes in the areas of political theory, critical discourse studies, and policy analysis, as well as in the intersection of politics, religion, and communication more generally. He is an associate fellow of the Higher Education Academy and currently teaches on the following modules: History of Political Thought Grassroots Politics and Activism Politics, Crime and Policy

Research and professional activities


A Crisis of Faith: the Political Discourse of Evangelicalism after Trump

Supervisor: Professor David Howarth

Research interests

Theories and methods of discourse analysis

The political discourse of faith-based movements and organisations

The discourse of free speech, fundamentalisms, and culture wars

Political theories of the body, senses and affect



Colchester Campus