|Timestamp||University||Tutor||Field of Expertise||Arrival Date||Departure Day||Dietary & Other Requirements||Bio||Preferred IP Sub-theme||Preffered IP Sub-theme||I will be attending the Scholars' Symposium on June 27|
|2/18/2013 16:42:09||Strasbourg||Rognvald LEASKemail@example.com||Democracy; Civilisations of English-speaking countries||23/06||27/06||I'll eat (nearly) anything!||Ron Leask arrived in France from his native New Zealand 21 years ago. He is presently maître de conférences at the Universié de Strasbourg, where he is responsible for an Applied Foreign Languages course. He has written numerous articles on interculturality in New Zealand, political stakes in the Asia-Pacific region, the role of the Commonwealth in international relations and the plight of small island states.|
|3/25/2013 13:03:32||Krakow||Juanfirstname.lastname@example.org||Mesmerism||2/6/2013||15/06||I love cow||I'm a cow lover||2. The shifting borders of inclusion/exclusion|
|3/25/2013 13:08:55||Krakow||Olga Brzezińskaemail@example.com||democracy, social movements, EU politics||vegetarian||Olga Brzezinska is a PhD candidate in the Department of International and Political Studies at Jagiellonian University, Kraków. She holds an MA degree in European studies from Jagiellonian University. In 2007-2011 she was a Research Fellow in the RECON (Reconstituting Democracy in Europe) Integrated Project supported by the European Commission's Sixth Framework Programme. Her research interests include collective identity formation in Europe with a special focus on sexual minorities, democracy and politics in the European Union. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org||2. The shifting borders of inclusion/exclusion|
|3/25/2013 14:26:14||Krakow||Marcin Galentemail@example.com||Migration, multiculturalism, European identity||22.06.2013||29.06.2013||I like Italian good quality olive.|
Marcin Galent is assistant professor at the Institute of European Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. He holds a PhD in sociology from Jagiellonian University and teaches courses in sociology, social anthropology, social and cultural aspects of European integration, nationalism and migration. His main research interests are migration, citizenship and multiculturalism in Europe. His current research focuses on relation between migration, Europeanisation, and identity formation processes. He is co-author of the book Migration and Europeanisation. Changing identities and values among Polish pendulum migrants and their Belgian employers, Kraków: ZW Nomos, 2009.
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|3/25/2013 17:17:54||Krakow||Ewa Krzaklewskafirstname.lastname@example.org||sociology||Ewa Krzaklewska is a sociologist and a researcher. She is affiliated to the Sociology Institute at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, where teaches courses concerning methodology of the social research and data analysis. Ewa studied Sociology at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, as well as at Antioch College (Yellow Springs, USA) and Universita' Cattolica (Milan, Italy). Her doctoral thesis focuses on the on the topic of entrance to adulthood i.e. leaving parental home and family formation decisions in Poland, and intergenerational transfers.|
Ewa took part in several research projects, mostly concerning educational and youth issues. While acting as a vice-president of the European student association dealing with student mobility (Erasmus Student Network) in its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, 2005-2007, she initiated and coordinated the annual survey concerning mobile students in Europe which continues to bring insight into Erasmus students' situation (www.esn.org/survey).
Other studies she participated in concerned various topics: Bologna Process, social economy, local activism, religion as well as reconciliation of work and family life of working women. Lately, she worked for the Rapid Qualitative Assessment ‘Gender and Economic Choice’ to inform the World Development Report on Gender (World Bank).
She has many academic publications, on topics such as entrance to adulthood, international mobility, youth issues and migration.
In 2008 she worked as a member of the High Level Expert Forum on Mobility for the European Commission. Since February 2011 she is a member of the Pool of the European Youth Researchers for the Council of Europe and European Commission Youth Partnership.
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|3/25/2013 20:34:21||Udine||Deborah Saideroemail@example.com||English Language and Translation||Deborah Saidero is Lecturer of English and Translation at the University of Udine. She holds a PhD in the Literatures and Cultures of the English-speaking World from the Univ. of Bologna, Italy. She has published many articles on Canadian literature, in particular the works of contemporary female authors and migrant writers. Her research has also focused on Canadian and American English, feminist theories, translation studies and partnership studies.||3. Europe’s place in a global setting|
|3/26/2013 16:36:16||Strasbourg||DALOZfirstname.lastname@example.org||Political science/Sociology||22/06||27/06||None||Research Professor. Formerly at Oxford University. Chair of the RC on Comparative Sociology of the International Sociological Association. |
AREAS OF INTEREST
- Comparative Politics, Comparative Sociology
- Interpretive Cultural Analysis
- Social Distinction
- Political representation (symbolic dimensions)
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|5/14/2013 16:10:17||Groningen||James Leighemail@example.com||Politics of national/transnational identity||21/06||1/7/2013||Hold a BA in English Literature and Linguistics from the University of Manchester. Graduated from MA Euroculture in 2009, after spending semesters in Groningen, Krakow and Osaka. My Master thesis focused on memory construction and processes of dealing with the past in the former GDR. From May 2009 onwards, I worked in higher educational development in Kosovo for 3.5 years. I have been engaged as a lecturer in the Euroculture programme in Groningen since September 2012, and am concurrently conducting PhD research concerning identity and nation-building processes in Kosovo and the former Yugoslavia.||2. The shifting borders of inclusion/exclusion||Yes|
|3/29/2013 21:29:36||Indiana||Beth Goeringfirstname.lastname@example.org||communication and culture||21/06||30/6 (after MCM)||none||Dr. Elizabeth Goering is an Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Communication Studies at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). Her primary interest, both in terms of teaching and research, is the relationship between communication and culture in a variety of contexts, including organizations, media messages, and health-care settings. Her recent publications include articles in Communication and Medicine and a comparative study of values represented in television judge shows in Germany, the US, and China that will appear in an upcoming volume of Intercultural Research.||3. Europe’s place in a global setting|
|4/3/2013 21:25:54||Indiana||Kristina Sheeleremail@example.com||Political Communication; Gender and Communication||22/6||2/7 or 3/7||I do not have any dietary requirements. I will be traveling with my husband Ian Sheeler, who is a lecturer in Communication Studies with academic interests in argumentation and debate, rhetoric, and persuasion.||Kristina Sheeler is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication Studies at IUPUI. She studies women and political leadership, examining the ways in which political identity is rhetorically constructed and contested in popular media. She is the author, with Karrin Vasby Anderson, of the book Woman President: Confronting Postfeminist Political Culture forthcoming this year with Texas A&M University Press.||2. The shifting borders of inclusion/exclusion|
|4/13/2013 13:02:03||Udine||Claudio Cressatifirstname.lastname@example.org||History - Political science - European integration studies||22/06||30/06||Claudio Cressati (1958) graduated in Political Sciences (University of Pisa) and obtained a PhD in Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy (University of Padua). Associate Professor of History of Political Thought and Jean Monnet Chair in Government and Politics of the EU, since 2006 he is the Euroculture Director at the University of Udine. He is Vice-president of the Italian European Union Studies Association (Ause) and member of the Euro-Mediterranean University (Emuni, Portorož) and has been visiting professor at the University of Klagenfurt and visiting fellow at the Universities of Bangkok, Karachi and Bratislava. His research interests are focused on the history and theory of European integration, on European identity and on EU enlargement.||3. Europe’s place in a global setting|
|4/15/2013 14:11:17||Gottingen||Schulzeemail@example.com||International Relations;Comparative Government||23.06.2013||26.06.2013||none||PD Dr. Peter W. Schulze|
Born December 1942; Studies of Political Sciences and Economy in Berlin, London and at Stanford University, CAL/USA from 1965 until 1969; Diploma in Political Sciences (1970), Ph.D (1974) Habilitation (1985) in Polit. Sciences; Teachings at FU Berlin, at US-American Colleges and at UC Berkeley from 1970 until 1987; thereafter longterm activities in public policies; Director of various offices in Berkekley, London and Moscow of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation/FES; Director of FES in Russia from 1992 to 2003. Honorary Professor at the Institute of Political Sciences at Georg August University of Goettingen since 2004.
Research and teaching priorities: International Relations with a focus on Russia, the CIS, Cold War and power constellations in the international state system;
Many publications on such topics and on domestic aspects of transformation processes in Eastern Europe.
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|4/15/2013 16:39:53||Groningen||Voogsgeerd, Hermanfirstname.lastname@example.org||economic and social issues; east-asia||22/6||27/6||not applicable||I am teaching in several departments, in the Faculty of Arts (International Political Economy, Euroculture, Asian Studies especially Japan) and for one day in the Faculty of Law (european and international labour law). I also worked for 1 and a half years at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg from 1990 to 1991. I am now already teaching for 23 years in Groningen. We are now busy setting up an Asian studies program in the University of Groningen.||3. Europe’s place in a global setting|
|4/16/2013 19:32:45||Uppsala||Mathias Persson||Mathias.Persson@ekhist.uu.se||Intellectual history||23/06||29/06||None.||I have a Ph.D. in intellectual history, but am now situated in the Department of Economic History at Uppsala University. My dissertation focused on German representations of Sweden in the eighteenth century, while my current research project deals with images of society among Swedish men of learning during that same time period.||2. The shifting borders of inclusion/exclusion|
|4/18/2013 11:30:47||Strasbourg||Rognvald Leaskemail@example.com||Civilisation studies; the Commonwealth; New Zealand and the Pacific||23/06||27/06||Senior lecturer at the University of Strasbourg. Director of a BA course in Applied Foreign Languages, by distance learning. Teaching subjects: civilisation of English-speaking countries. Focus of research: The Commonwealth; geopolitics in the Asia-Pacific region; cultural blending in Aoteroa-New Zealand||1. Change and the City|
|4/23/2013 18:48:27||Gottingen||Schulze, Peter W.||firstname.lastname@example.org||IR, Russia, Pol,Science||I send already||None||I send already||3. Europe’s place in a global setting|
|5/14/2013 1:16:17||Olomouc||Lubor Kysučanemail@example.com||history, migration issues, intercultural relations||22/06/2013||27/06/2013||thank you, I have no special requirements||Lubor Kysučan (1968), |
assistant professor of ancient history and Latin philology at Faculty of Arts, Palacký University in Olomouc and School of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. He is author of monographs, teaching film scripts, textbooks and studies. His main research interests are history of Late Antiquity, history of Latin, environmental history of ancient civilizations, history and roots of global problems and issues (migration, multiculturalism, environment, human rights). He took part in activities of various international organizations and NGOs (humanitarian missions, election observation missions).
|3. Europe’s place in a global setting||Yes|
|5/21/2013 21:06:10||Gottingen||Schulze, Peter W.||firstname.lastname@example.org||International Relations;Comparative Government||23.06.2013||26.06.2013||None||CURRICULUM VITAE|
Prof. h.c. Dr. Peter W. Schulze
December, 1942 Born in Gehren, Brandenburg, Germany
1950/1963 Primary and secondary education in Berlin and Hofgeismar/Hesse, Germany
1963 Abitur, Albert Schweitzer Gymnasium, Hofgeismar
1963/1965 German military service, Air Force
1965 -1969 Start of university education at Free University Berlin
1967-1968 London School of Economics and Political Science/LSE
1971-1972 Stanford University, CA, USA
1969 Diploma in Political Sciences, Free University of Berlin
1970 Research Assistant at Faculty of Political Sciences at the Free University, International Relations and Comparative Government; Soviet Studies
1974 Ph. D, Free University of Berlin, Political Sciences,
Summa cum laude
Title of Dissertation: “Power and Social Classes in Stalin’s Soviet Union”: The Technology of Power
1973-1981 Assistant Professor, Free University of Berlin
Comparative Government and International Relations, Soviet Studies
Various teaching assignments at Schiller College Berlin, University of Oldenburg, University of Marburg, University of Maryland, Berlin, Stanford University, Berlin Campus
1984 Habilitation, at Free University of Berlin,
Venia legendi in Political Sciences
Title of Habilitation: “The Organized Labour Movement in Roosevelt’s New Deal: the Case of the US Autoworkers 1939-1941”
1981-83 Senior Research Fellow at the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES), Bonn
1984-87 UC Berkeley, CAL/USA, Visiting Professor; Head of West Cost Research Office of Friedrich Ebert Foundation; study group on international competitiveness and high technology at UC Berkeley
1988-1992 London, Director of the FES-Office in the UK
1992-2003 Moscow, Director of the FES in the Russian Federation
2001 Honorary Professor of University Rostov-on-the Don, Russian Federation
Since 2004 Honorary Professor of Political Sciences, International Relations and Russian Studies at Georg August University of Goettingen
Numerous publications on topics related to international relations, the social, political and foreign policy of the Russian Federation, as well as Russian- European relations. Extensive experiences in regional economic policies of the UK, Russia and Silicon Valley/ Cal/USA.;
Member of Advisory Board of Wismar University, Germany; Board member of Institute on International Liberal Policies Vienna, Austria; Member of German-Russian Forum, Berlin.
Goettingen, the 13th of December 2012
|3. Europe’s place in a global setting||No|