Rob May is a researcher of the radical right from a transnational perspective — both past and present. As an award-winning history graduate, May studies the British radical right and their links and influences with their overseas counterparts. He has written for academic journals, newsletters and organizations such as the European International Tolerance Centre. He is a researcher for the Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and-Post Fascist Studies (CFAPS), Britain’s first unit dedicated to analysis of radical right extremism, and an editor and regular contributor to its newsletter. He has presented papers at numerous conferences, including at an international event in Latvia commemorating the Holocaust. May is also a lecturer in sociology.