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Kalypso Nicolaidis

Full-time Professor

School of Transnational Governance

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Buontalenti - Ex Dogana, BTD307

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French, English

Kalypso Nicolaidis

Full-time Professor

School of Transnational Governance

Biography

Kalypso Nicolaidis is professorial Chair of Global Affairs at the School of Transnational Governance (EUI), where inter alia she convenes the EUI Democracy Forum. She is currently on leave from the University of Oxford and was professor at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and at ENA. She has worked with numerous EU institutions, including as a member of the European Council’s reflection group on the future of Europe chaired by Felipe González (2008-10) and is a Council member of ECFR.She also served as advisor on European affairs to George Papandreou in the 90s and early 2000s, the Dutch government in 2004, the UK government, the European Parliament, the European Commission, OECD and UNCTAD.

Her research revolves around internal and external aspects of European integration as well as global affairs, theaters of recognition, demoicratic theory, transnational legal empathy and social solidarity, global governance and international trade, sustainable integration, post-colonialism, myth and politics and the import of new technologies on international relations.

Her last books are: A Citizen’s Guide to the Rule of Law - Why We Need to Fight for the Most Precious Human Inventions of All Time (with Adis Merdzanovic, 2021); Exodus, Reckoning, Sacrifice: Three Meanings of Brexit (2019). 'The Greco-German Affair in the Euro Crisis: Mutual Recognition Lost?', (with Sternberg and Gartzou-Katsouyanni, Palgrave, 2018) and 'Echoes of Empire: Memory, Identity and Colonial Legacies' (edited with Sebe, I.B. Taurus, 2015). More can be found on her website: http://kalypsonicolaidis.com/

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