Chercheurs visiteurs

Chercheurs visiteurs au Collège d’Europe, Campus de Bruges et Natolin

Appel à candidatures

Le Collège d’Europe encourage les universitaires qui s’intéressent aux études européennes à poser leur candidature en tant que chercheurs visiteurs. Le Collège offre un environnement académique international stimulant et une bibliothèque spécialisée dans les matières de l’Union européenne. Les chercheurs visiteurs sont soit des professeurs qui souhaitent passer leur congé sabbatique au Collège d’Europe, soit des chercheurs confirmés qui désirent séjourner au Collège d’Europe dans le but de mener des recherches pour un projet postdoctoral. Ce séjour peut aller d’un mois à une année académique entière.

Procédure

La lettre de candidature, rédigée en anglais ou en français, doit être adressée au Directeur du Service académique du Collège d’Europe (thierry.monforti [at] coleurope.eu) qui la soumettra au Conseil académique. La candidature devra spécifier la motivation, le domaine de recherche et la période de séjour souhaitée, et être accompagnée d’un CV détaillé. Chaque chercheur visiteur devra idéalement s’affilier à l’un des programmes d’études au campus de Bruges, Belgique, ou au campus de Natolin (Varsovie), Pologne.

Avantages

Normalement, les chercheurs visiteurs financent leur séjour à l’aide de fonds externes, bien que le Collège d’Europe puisse apporter une contribution en nature, en autorisant l’utilisation des possibilités suivantes :

  • services de recherche documentaire ;
  • accès gratuit à l’internet ;
  • impressions, scans et photocopies gratuits ;
  • repas au prix du personnel dans le restaurant du Collège ;
  • espace bureau dans les bâtiments du Collège, selon les disponibilités ;
  • chambre ou appartement du Collège à un prix réduit, selon les disponibilités ;

Contribution à la vie du Collège

Les chercheurs visiteurs sont tenus de contribuer autant que possible aux activités académiques du département auquel ils sont associés. Une somme de 250 € par mois sera demandée en cas de non contribution académique spécifique. En accord avec le directeur d’études, leur contribution peut, consister soit en des exposés, soit dans le partage de leur expérience avec les étudiants soit encore en des apports à des conférences organisées au sein du Collège. Durant leur séjour au Collège d’Europe, et en ce qui concerne toute participation à une conférence extérieure ou publication relative à ce type d’événement, les chercheurs visiteurs sont également tenus d’indiquer leur affiliation académique avec le Collège. A la fin de leur séjour, il leur est également demandé de soumettre un court rapport d’activités au Recteur.

Visiteur(s) actuel(s)

Professor Ronald H. LINDEN

Professor Ronald H. LINDEN is Professor of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh. From 2011 through 2016 he was Director of the European Studies Center at Pitt, a National Resource Center and Jean Monnet European Union Centre of Excellence. A Princeton Ph.D. (1976), Dr. Linden was Director of the Center for Russian and East European Studies from 1984-89 and 1991-98. From 1989 to 1991 he served as Director of Research for Radio Free Europe in Munich, Germany, with responsibility for observing and analyzing the extraordinary changes in East Europe. Dr. Linden’s research career has focused on Central and Southeastern Europe, including in recent years, Turkey. His current research, supported by a Fulbright-Schuman grant, explores the impact on the EU and European-US relations of growing Chinese trade and investment in Europe. Professor Linden is visiting scholar at the EU-China Research Center in the Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies in spring-summer 2018, afer spending the first part of his Fulbright-Schuman stay at the Instituto Affari Internazionali in Rome.

 

Professor Yasushi WATANABE

Professor Yasushi WATANABE is Full Professor in the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He earned a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from Harvard University in 1997. After post-doctoral research at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, he joined Keio University in 1999. His books include Culture and Diplomacy: The Age of Public Diplomacy (2011, in Japanese); the edited volumes Handbook of Cultural Security (forthcoming) and the co-edited volume Soft Power Superpowers: Cultural and National Assets of Japan and the United States (2008). Professor Watanabe was also a Fellow at Downing College, University of Cambridge in 2007, a Visiting Professor at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (SciencesPo) de Paris in 2013 and a Fellow at the Wilson Center in Washington D.C. He has served on the Advisory Council on Public Diplomacy of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Advisory Committee on NHK World and he was an editorial member of Gaiko (Diplomacy) magazine. His current research interests include in particular Europe–U.S.–Japan relations and public diplomacy. Professor Watanabe is visiting scholar in the Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies in spring 2018.

 

Professor Özlem SEFER

Özlem SEFER holds her Ph.D. in Political Science from Ankara University at 2014. Her Ph.D. thesis’ title is “The European Union and European identity: An Analysis of the European Union Integration Process on the basis of European Identity.” She taught several courses as part-time instructor at Bilkent University/Turkey and Cankaya University/Turkey including courses about the EU. Her research interests include identity, citizenship, legitimacy and democracy in the EU. She has been the visiting fellow of the Department of European Political and Governance Studies at College of Europe-Bruges Campus from February to July 2018.

 

 

Özlem TERZI is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Istanbul University. She is, inter alia, the author of The Influence of the European Union on Turkish Foreign Policy (Ashgate, 2013). She obtained her PhD in International Relations from the Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara. She was a DAAD research scholar and junior fellow at the ‘Zentrum für Europäische Integrationsforschung’ (ZEI), University of Bonn. She studied as a Jean Monnet scholarship holder at the London School of Economics, where she received her MSc in European Studies. She also holds an MSc in International Relations from METU and a BSc in International Relations from Ankara University. Her research interests include EU foreign policy and diplomacy, global governance, EU-Turkey relations and Turkish foreign policy. Professor TERZI as visiting scholar in the Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies for the academic year 2016-17.

 

Ancien Chargé de recherche visiteur

Anthony Luzzatto GARDNER

Former US Ambassador to the EU, Mr Anthony Luzzatto GARDNER, spent three months as a visiting fellow at the College of Europe Bruges campus. He participated in College events, writing, public speaking and held regular office hours for students who were able to learn from his valuable experience and knowledge. 

It was a great opportunity for the College of Europe to have the ambassador in our midst, especially in light of the launching of a brand new Master of Arts in Transatlantic Affairs and during times of uncertainty regarding the transatlantic relationship.

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