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Research Assistant/PhD candidate

MA Elodie Thevenin

MA Elodie Thevenin

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posistion: Research Assistant/PhD candidate

Office hours: room 530.

PhD candidate in Political Science at the Doctoral School in the Social Sciences of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. Also works as a research assistant on the EU Horizon 2020 project “EU Differentiation, Dominance and Democracy (EU3D)”. Her academic interests encompass subjects related to migration, parliamentary discourse and identity. Her doctoral research focuses on the discussion on migration in national parliaments and in the European Parliament in relation to the development of European integration. She is a fellow of the Europaeum Scholars Programme (2020/2021).  

Elodie Thevenin CV

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E. Thevenin, L. Liedlbauer, F. Petri, “Conclusions on contestation of EU foreign policy: diverse causes, various modes and multiple effects?”, Global Affairs” 2020, no 6 (4-5), pp. 451-459.

F. Petri, E. Thevenin, L. Liedlbauer, “Contestation of European Union foreign policy: causes, modes and effects”, Global Affairs 2020, no 6 (4-5), pp. 323-328.

E. Thevenin, “Element of Social Change, Threatening Other: Discursive Representations of Migrants and Refugees in Polish Parliamentary Debates”, [in:] K. Górak-Sosnowska, M. Pachocka i J. Misiuna (eds.), Muslim minorities and the refugee crisis in Europe. Narratives and policy responses, SGH, Warsaw 2019, pp. 295-310.

EU3D. EU Differentiation, Dominance and Democracy, European Commission, Horizon 2020, 2019-2023. Member of the research team.