Politics in the minority condition

17 בדצמבר 2019, 16:00 - 18:00 
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Prof. Zsuzsa Csergo

 

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להרצאתה של   Prof. Zsuzsa Csergo
 Department of Political Studies, Queens University, Canada

על הנושא :

Politics in the minority condition

 

משתתפים:  פרופ' אלברטו ספקטורווסקי  ופרופ' יולי תמיר

 

ההרצאה תתקיים ביום שלישי, 17 בדצמבר 2019,

 בין השעות 16:00 – 18:00

חדר 527, בניין נפתלי

 

ציבור המרצים והסטודנטים מוזמן!

 

Professor Zsuzsa Csergő

     Professor Zsuzsa Csergő (PhD in Political Science, The George Washington University, 2000) specializes in the study of nationalism in contemporary European politics, with particular expertise on post-communist Central and Eastern Europe. She is the President of the Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN), the leading international scholarly association in the field of nationalism and ethnicity studies.  Before joining the Queen’s faculty, Dr. Csergő was Assistant Professor of Political Science and Coordinator of the Women’s Leadership Program in U.S. and International Politics at the George Washington University.  She was also a regular lecturer at the Foreign Service Institute.

       Csergő’s book about majority-minority conflict over language use in Romania and Slovakia was published by Cornell University Press in 2007.  Her articles have appeared in Perspectives on Politics, Foreign Policy, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, Nations and Nationalism, Europe-Asia Studies, East European Politics and Societies, Problems of Post-Communism, and other scholarly journals and edited volumes.  She is co-editor of two recently published special issues focused on the problems of Europeanization and minority inclusion, published in major scholarly journals.  Csergő is currently writing a comparative book about the emergence of minority political agency in the EU framework, focusing on six large ethno-linguistic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe.  She is also the Principal Investigator of a collaborative research project entitled “The Politics of complex diversity in contested cities” (funded by SSHRC), focused on Montreal, Brussels, Belfast, and Vilnius.  She is an Academic Coordinator in the Jean Monnet Network Grant entitled “Between Europe and Russia” (funded by the EU, jointly hosted by McGill University and the University of Montreal), which brings together 25 scholars from 11 universities and six countries.  Additionally, Csergő is a General Editor of the European Yearbook of Minority Issues, and a member of KINPOL: Observatory on Kin-State Policies, hosted at the University of Glasgow.

 

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