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Fellows on the Job Market

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


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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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Nikolai Badenhoop

PhD awarding institution: Humboldt University Berlin

PhD Title: EU banking regulation and private liability

EUI Mentor: Mathias Siems

References: Niamh Moloney (London School of Economics), René Smits (University of Amsterdam, emeritus), Stefan Grundmann (Humboldt University Berlin)

Fields of Interest: EU law, sustainable finance, banking regulation, private law, corporate and securities law, competition law

Job Preference: Assistant Professorship, Postdoc

Country Preference: Germany, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, France, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, Poland

Personal webpage 

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

Revital Madar

PhD awarding institution: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

PhD Title: Repudiated Violence and Sovereign Power - The Case of Israel 

EUI Mentor: Sarah Nouwen 

References: Louise Bethlehem (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Jean-François Bayart (IHEID), Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Fields of Interest: Legal Humanities, Political Theory, Human Rights, State Violence, State Criminality, Sovereignty

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

Country Preference: Europe, UK, Tunisia, Morocco

Personal webpage

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

Makoto Fukumoto

PhD awarding institution: University of California, Berkeley

PhD Title: Political Reaction to Changes in Local Economic Policies

EUI Mentor: Miriam Golden

References: Paul Pierson (University of California, Berkeley, Department of Political Science), Sarah Anzia (Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley), Ernesto Dal Bó (Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley)

Fields of Interest: Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Public Policy, Political Geography, Political Behavior, Urban Politics, Subnational Politics

Job Preference:  Tenure track positions or Post-doc. 

Country Preference: Any 

Personal webpage 

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)

Personal webpage 

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

Google Scholar

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 

Google Scholar

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

Personal webpage

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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