Luis BOUZA GARCIA
Course offered: Carrières européennes : profils, carrières et networking
Luis Bouza García teaches political science at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid an is a member of the OpenEUdebate Jean Monnet network. He was the Academic Coordinator of European General Studies courses of the College of Europe in Bruges between 2012 and 2018.
Education: He is a graduate of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and has a PhD from the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and a MA from the College of Europe.
Professional activities: He has also held research and teaching positions at the University of East Anglia and Universidad Carlos III Madrid.
Interests : His main field of interest is the emergence of European debates in the public sphere. He is the author of Participatory Democracy Civil Society in the EU: Agenda-Setting and Institutionalisation (Palgrave Macmillan).
Other recent publications include:
Oleart, A. y Bouza, Luis (2018) "Democracy at stake: multi-positional actors and politicisation in the EU civil society field" in Journal of Common Market Studies 56 (4), pp. 870-887
Bouza, L. (2017) (ed) "The narrative turn in European Studies" Special issue of the Journal of Contemporary European Studies, vol 25:3, pp. 285-378 http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cjea20/25/3
Bouza, L. and Greenwood, J. (2016) "What is a succesful ECI?" in Maximilian Conrad, Annette Knaut, Katrin Böttger (eds) Bridging the Gap? Opportunities and Constraints of the European Citizens' Initiative Baden Baden: Nomos pp. 149-168