Fellows on the Job Market

Find below a list of MW Fellows currently on the job market by department


Alumni's Affiliations


History and Civilization

Tommaso Stefini

PhD awarding institution: Yale University

PhD Title: Commerce and Justice: Ottoman and Venetian Courts in Istanbul during the Seventeenth Century

EUI Mentor: Giancarlo Casale

References: Professors Francesca Trivellato (Institute for Advanced Study), Alan Mikhail (Yale University), Giancarlo Casale (European University Insititute)

Fields of Interest: History early modern Mediterranean, the Ottoman Empire, Europe

Job Preference: Teaching and Research positions

Country Preference: Anywhere in Europe and in the USA

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Dilek Kurban

PhD awarding institution: Maastricht University Faculty of Law

PhD Title: The Limits of Transnational Justice: The European Court of Human Rights, Turkey and the Kurdish Conflict

EUI Mentor: Neha Jain

References: Bruno De Witte (Maastricht University), Gráinne de Búrca (New York University), Mark Dawson (Hertie School)

Fields of Interest: supranational human rights courts, legal mobilization, state violence, judicial politics, authoritarian regimes, minority protection

Job Preference: Assistant Professorship (or similar tenure track), research-intensive fellowships 

Country Preference: Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Austria

Gábor Mészáros

PhD awarding institution: University of Debrecen (HUN)

PhD Title: States of Emergency in Constitutional Democracies

EUI Mentor: Gábor Halmai

References: Kim Lane Scheppele (Princeton University), Zoltán Fleck (Eötvös Loránd University), Gábor Attila Tóth (University of Debrecen)

Fields of Interest: Comparative Constitutional Law; Rule of Law, Democracy and Human Rights; Autocratic Transitions within the EU; Constitutional Theory and Practice of State of Exception

Job Preference: Assistant Professor (Lecturer), Research-intensive fellowship

Country Preference: Italy, Germany, Austria, USA, Benelux, UK, Switzerland


Political and Social Sciences

Eroll Kuhn

PhD awarding institution:  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

PhD Title: Enforcement, Burden-Sharing, and Barriers to Mobility: The Effect of Immigration Policies on the Integration of Newcomers

EUI Mentor:  Elias Dinas

References: Rahsaan Maxwell (UNC-Chapel Hill), Gary Marks (UNC-Chapel Hill), Dominik Hangartner (ETH-Zürich)

Fields of Interest: Comparative Politics; Immigration and Asylum Policy; European Politics; Ethnicity and Identity

Job Preference: Assistant Professor or research intensive fellowship

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Benjamin Mueser 

PhD awarding institution: Columbia University

PhD Title: Negotiating Territorial Sovereignty: Pufendorf to Vattel

EUI Mentor: Jeffrey T. Checkel

References: Nadia Urbinati (Columbia University), Lea Ypi (London School of Economics), Ira Katznelson (Columbia University)                 

Fields of Interest: Political theory, the history of political thought, European political thought, legal history, international relations, state formation

Job Preference: Assistant Professor, Lecturer, Research-intensive fellowship

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Shubha Kamala Prasad

PhD awarding institution: Georgetown University

PhD Title: State (In)security: The Impact of Insurgencies on Economic Integration

EUI Mentor: Jeffrey T. Checkel

References: Irfan Nooruddin (Georgetown University), Erik Voeten (Georgetown University), Laia Balcells (Georgetown University) 

Fields of Interest: International Relations; Foreign Policy; Insurgency; Economic Integration; Human Rights; Diaspora Politics; South Asia

Job Preference: Assistant Professor (Tenure Track)

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Federica Querin

PhD awarding institution: Princeton University

PhD Title: Causes and Consequences of Low Fertility in Western Countries

EUI Mentor: Juho Härkönen

References: Alícia Adserà (Princeton University), Dalton Conley (Princeton University), Juho Härkönen (European University Institute)

Fields of Interest: Family Demography, Inequality and Stratification, Intergenerational Mobility, Quantitative Methods

Job Preference: Assistant Professorship (or similar tenure track), research-intensive fellowships

Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Victoria Donnaloja

PhD awarding institution: The London School of Economics

PhD Title: What does it mean to be a citizen? The perspectives of immigrants and natives

EUI Mentor: Maarten Vink

References: Lucinda Platt (LSE), Maarten Vink (EUI), Paul Statham (University of Sussex)

Fields of Interest: sociology, social policy

Job Preference: Lecturer positions

Country Preference: UK

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Victoria Finn

PhD awarding institutions: Leiden University (Humanities) & Universidad Diego Portales (Political Science)

PhD Title: Migrant rights, voting, and resocialization: suffrage in Chile and Ecuador, 1925-2020 

EUI Mentor: Maarten Vink

References: Professors Maarten Vink (European University Institute & Maastricht University); Luicy Pedroza (El Colegio de México); Diego Acosta (University of Bristol)

Fields of Interest: Migrant political participation, (non)citizenship, migrant enfranchisement, South American migration governance

Job Preference: Research-intensive Fellowship preferred; Assistant Professor

Country Preference: Italy, the Netherlands, Spain 

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Marius Ostrowski

PhD awarding institution: University of Oxford (Department of Politics & International Relations)

PhD Title: Twilight of the Pollsters: A Social Theory of Mass Opinion in Late Modernity

EUI Mentor: Philipp Genschel

References: Michael Freeden (Mansfield College, University of Oxford), Cécile Fabre (All Souls College, University of Oxford), Philipp Genschel (Robert Schuman Centre, European University Insitute)

Fields of Interest: Ideology Studies, Social and Political Theory, History of Ideas, European Studies

Job Preference: Assistant Professor (or similar tenure-track), research-intensive fellowships preferred

Country Preference: UK, Benelux, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland

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Greta Semplici

PhD awarding institution: Oxford Department of International Development (ODID), University of Oxford

PhD Title: Moving Deserts. Stories of Resilience and Mobility from Turkana County, a Kenyan Desertscape.

EUI Mentor: Michele Nori and Brigid Lafflan

References: Oliver Bakewell (university of Manchester), Naohiko Omata (University of Oxford), Giorgia Giovanentti (University of Florence)

Fields of Interest: Development and International Cooperation, Rural Sociology, Livelihoods, Pastoralism and Drylands, Mobility, Migration and Nomadism

Job Preference: Assistant Professor (or similar tenure-track), research-intensive fellowships 



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