Florence Faucher, Director of OxPo. Professor of Political Science, Sciences Po, Centre d'études européennes
Chair of the Committees
Stephen Whitefield, Chair of OxPo Committees. Professor of Politics, Rhodes Pelczynski Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Pembroke College
All members of DPIR, Sociology, Social Policy and Intervention and the Oxford Centre for European History in Oxford, as well as the Sciences Po permanent faculty, are invited to take part in OxPo collaborative projects, events, exchanges, etc. All can step in to propose new programmes and ventures.
A number of academics have taken part in the exchange opportunities offered by OxPo since 2005. A list of visitors is available below.
Visitors to Sciences Po
Desmond King specializes in the study of the American state in US executive politics, race and politics in American political development, comparative welfare politics and labour market policy, democratization and immigration policy. Before coming to Nuffield in 2002, he was a Fellow and Professor of Politics at St John’s College, Oxford of which he is now an Emeritus Fellow, and a Lecturer in Government at the London School of Economics.
He is the author of 10 books, including most recently, Fed Power: How Finance Wins with Larry Jacobs (2016). His research papers have appeared in such journals as the American Political Science Review, British Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, Journal of Politics, Past and Present, and World Politics. His book coedited with Patrick Le Gales, Reconfiguring European States in Crisis appears with OUP in 2017.
Fran Bennett is a half-time Senior Teaching and Research Fellow in the Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford. She is also an independent consultant and as such has written extensively on social policy issues for the UK Government and others.
She is an active member of the Women's Budget Group, which carries out gender analysis of Budgets, spending reviews and government policies in the UK (www.wbg.org.uk). With Prof Jonathan Bradshaw, she is one of the UK independent experts on social inclusion for the European Commission. In 2013, she was elected to the Academy of Social Sciences. Fran has a particular interest in social security policy, gender issues, and poverty, income distribution and participation. Her recent research involved examining (with others) the interaction between within-household inequalities and policy on tax and benefits in the UK in a project in the ESRC-funded Gender Equality Network (2002-10).
I am a 3rd year DPhil student in Political Theory at The Queen's College, University of Oxford working on Louis Althusser's aleatory materialism. My research interests lie in Marxist political philosophy, the history of political thought, feminism, and the history of the left and labour movements. I am based at CEVIPOF during my stay at Sciences Po.
Silvia Spodaru is a DPhil candidate in Politics at the Department of Politics and International Relations, Oxford University, and a member of St Cross College. During her stay at Science Po, she will be based at the Centre de Recherches Internationales (CERI). Her research focuses on violent jihadi extremism and is under the joint supervision of Professor Dominic Johnson and Professor Ben Ansell. Silvia holds two MA degrees in European Studies from the College of Europe and the University Sorbonne Nouvelle, where she majored in International Relations. Before starting her DPhil at Oxford, she held various political analyst and project manager positions in several European countries.
Man Yee Kan
Visitors to Oxford
Dr Charlotte Halpern holds a PhD in political science and is FNSP Associate Research Professor at the Centre d’Etudes Européennes de Sciences Po in Paris. Her main research interest is State restructuring and policy change in Europe. She has done extensive research on various infrastructure and environmental policies in European member states and the EU. She has published on comparative European policies and EU governance in leading political science journals such as Comparative European Politics, West European Politics, Environment and Planning C and the Revue Française de Science Politique. She teaches comparative public policies at Sciences Po and she is the scientific Director of the Sciences Po Urban and Regional Management Master Programme.
Sukriti Issar is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at OSC, Sciences Po, Paris. She specializes in urban governance, political economy, policy and institutional change, and qualitative research methods. She studies how urban policy transforms cities, with a particular focus on low-income housing in Mumbai over the last hundred years. Recent research has been published in Demography, Journal of Historical Sociology, and Government and Opposition. Prior to moving to Paris, she was a postdoctoral fellow in DPIR, University of Oxford.
Nadege Ragaru, OxPo Nuffield Fellowship, Trinity Term 2017
Dr. Nadège Ragaru is a researcher at Sciences Po and teaches the history of socialism and the representation, the commemoration and the remembering of the Holocaust at Sciences Po (Paris & Dijon). She holds a PhD in Political sociology from Sciences Po Paris and was formerly Reid Hall Fellow at Columbia University (1999-2000). Her research centres on World War II and the Holocaust in Bulgaria and Macedonia, on identity processes and the politics of citizenship in the post-Ottoman Balkans, as well as on the cultural history of socialism in Bulgaria and Macedonia. She is currently writing a book on post-war trials for anti-Semitic crimes in Bulgaria.
I am a Ph. D. student in political science/political theory at the Centre de recherches politiques from Sciences Po Paris. I am working under the joint supervision of Dr. Janie Pélabay and Dr. Réjane Sénac on the definition of national membership through the policies of naturalisation refusals and naturalisation withdrawals in France and in the UK over the last twenty years. I intend to develop an approach of grounded political theory, combining the analysis of public debate and institutional practices (administration and courts). I am interested in migration and citizenship studies and comparative case study analysis.
I am currently a post-doctoral Research Associate in Political Science at the Centre de recherches internationales (CERI), Sciences Po Paris. My core research interests include migration, transnational politics, and media in the contemporary Arab world.
My interdisciplinary PhD thesis (summa cum laude) dealt with Egyptian migrant activism in Paris and Vienna during and after the Arab Uprisings. It combined a micro-level analysis on activists’ practices and attitudes with a macro-level analysis on governance (emigration and immigration policies).
As a post-doc in Oxford, I plan to publish my PhD and start a new research project on Syrian refugees. This project will focus on how Europe is imagined by Syrian refugees settling in Syria’s neighbouring countries and will examine how refugees’ experiences in transit countries affect their attitudes to seek asylum in European countries.
Lea received an Excellence Prize for a PhD defended in 2015-16 by the Austrian Department of Education.
Anja Durovic is a PhD Candidate in Political Science, under the joint supervision of Vincent Tiberj and Nonna Mayer, at Sciences Po Paris (CEE/LIEPP). Her research mainly concentrates on the comparative analysis of gender inequalities in political participation in Europe as well as on the examination of the impact of generational change and welfare systems on participatory gender inequalities.
Anja holds a Bachelor degree in Political Science and Public Law from the University of Mannheim (2013) and graduated with a Master degree in Comparative Political Sociology from Sciences Po Paris in 2015. At the University of Mannheim, she worked as a student assistant for the “German Longitudinal Election Study” (GLES) and the research project “The Politics of Mobilization: National Parties and EU Decision-making” at the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES).
Elodie Druez is a PhD Candidate in Political Science and Sociology, under the joint supervision of Florence Haegel and Patrick Simon, at Sciences Po Paris (CEE) and at the national institute of demographic studies (INED). Elodie graduated with a Masters degree in Comparative Political Sociology from Sciences Po Paris in 2014 and her PhD thesis deals with the experience of racialization and the political behaviours of university graduates of African descent in the French and the British context.
Click here for working papers submitted by previous visitors. For a list of OxPo visitors from 2004-2016 in table format, click here. For more detailed information by year, please click on the headings below.
Visitors to Sciences Po
- Jasmine Bhatia (DPIR, Oxford) Visiting Doctoral Student to the CERI, Sciences Po.
- Pia Blossfeld (Sociology, Oxford) Visiting Doctoral Student to the OSC, Sciences Po.
- Matthew Chan (History, Oxford) Visiting Doctoral Student to Centre for History, Sciences Po.
- Patricia Clavin (History, Oxford) Visiting Professor to Sciences Po from the Department of History, Professor of International History.
- William Clement (History, Oxford) Visiting Doctoral Student to Centre for History, Sciences Po.
- Kalypso Nicolaïdis (DPIR, Oxford) Professor to Sciences Po from the Department of Politics and International Relations, Professor of International Relations and Director of the Centre for International Studies.
Visitors to Oxford
- Francesca Artioli (CEE) Visiting Post-doctoral Fellow to the Department of Politics and International Relations.
- Antonela Capelle-Pogacean (CERI) Nuffield/Sciences Po Visiting Scholar to the Department of Politics and International Relations.
- Yoel Mitrani (Cevipof) Visiting Doctoral Student to the Department of History.
- Eduardo Rios (CERI) Visiting Doctoral Student to the Department of Politics and International Relations.
- Imola Streho (CEE/Law) Nuffield/Sciences Po Visiting Scholar to the Department of Politics and International Relations.
- Virginie Tournay (Cevipof) Nuffield/Sciences Po Visiting Scholar to the Department of Politics and International Relations.
- Valeria Rueda Sciences Po doctoral student, affiliated with Pembroke College 2015-2018
- Chloe Touzet Sciences Po masters graduate, and researcher at LIEPP, Sciences Po. Chloé is a DPhil student at the Department of Social Policy and Intervention and INET at the University of Oxford 2015-18.
Visitors to Sciences Po
Hartmut Mayer (DPIR, Oxford) Visiting Professor to Sciences Po from the Department of Politics and International Relations, where he is Supernumerary Fellow and Lecturer in Politics, St Peter's College.
Tim Power (DPIR, Oxford) Visiting Lecturer to Sciences Po from the Department of Politics and International Relations, where he is currently University Lecturer in Brazilian Studies, St Antony's College, Director of Graduate Studies (Politics).
Visitors to Oxford
Jenny Andersson (CNRS Sciences Po) Nuffield/Sciences Po Visiting Scholar from the Center for European Studies.
Marie Bergstrom (Observatoire sociologique du changement, Sciences Po) Visiting Post-doctoral Fellow from Observatoire sociologique du changement.
Swann Bommier (CERI- Sciences Po) Visiting Doctoral Student to the Department of Politics and International Relations and affiliated to St Antony's College.
Cecile Pichon-Bonin (Sciences Po - Department of History) Nuffield/Sciences Po Visiting Scholar.
Nicolas Roussellier (Sciences Po- Department of History) Nuffield/Sciences Po Visiting Scholar.
Visitors to Sciences Po
Quentin Bruneau (DPIR, Oxford) Visiting Doctoral Student to Sciences Po.
Andy Hurrell (DPIR, Oxford) Visiting Professor to Sciences Po from the Department of Politics and International Relations,where he is Montague Burton Professor of International Relations.
Tristen Naylor (DPIR, Oxford) Visiting Doctoral Student to Sciences Po.
Mara Tchalakov (DPIR, Oxford) Visiting Doctoral Student to Sciences Po.
Stephen Whitefield (DPIR, Oxford) Visiting Professor to Sciences Po from the Department of Politics and International Relations, Professor of Politics, University Lecturer in Politics.
Claire Vergerio (DPIR, Oxford) Visiting Doctoral Student to Sciences Po.
Visitors to Oxford
Florent Gougou (Centre D'Etudes Europeennes de Sciences Po) Visiting Post-doctoral Fellow to the Department of Politics and International Relations and affiliated to the Maison Française d'Oxford (MFO) and Nuffield College.
Charlotte Halpern (FNSP) Nuffield/Sciences Po Visiting Scholar from the Fondation Nationale de Science Politique (FNSP), Centre D'Etudes Europeennes de Sciences Po, Paris. She will be based in the Department of Politics and International Relations.
Réjane Sénac (Sciences Po - CEVIPOF) Nuffield/Sciences Po Visiting Scholar to the Department of Politics and International Relations.
Bernd Weber (Centre D'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales (CERI), Sciences Po) Visiting Doctoral Student to the Department of of Politics and International Relations and affiliated to the Maison Française d'Oxford (MFO). His research focuses on Europeanisation and negotiations in the Eastern and Southern EU neighbourhood in the field of energy.