On Saturday, November 29, we celebrate another year of research and accomplishments with the Awarding ceremony of CIRCaP Ph.D. graduates in Political Science, Comparative and European Politics, who discussed their doctoral thesis in 2013 and 2014.
The awarded PhDs and theses titles are:
Rethinking Party Attitudes Towards the Territorial Dimension. The Concept of Territory in the Agenda of Italian Parties (1963-2008)
Complex Nature of Gender Equality Policy Adoption in the World. Moving Beyond the Stereotypes about Muslim and non-Muslim countries
Civil Society and Peacebuilding in Cyprus
Prophet and Statesman in crafting Democracy: Leaders, Ideas, Compromises and Political Change. The Political Leadership's impact in building India's Democracy
Andrea L.P. PIRRO
Context and Text Demand and Supply. Ideology, Dimensionality and Electoral Performance of Populist Radical Right Parties in Central and Eastern Europe
Democratization and Nation State Building. Design of a Model for Studying the Quality of Democracy in Non-Integrated Nation-States: The case of Serbia
Opposition and Europe, an oxymoron or a new step in the politization and "democratization" of the EU?
The Effects of Democratization in Party Leadership Selection. A Comparative Analysis of Leadership Races in Five European Countries
The ceremony will be followed by a roundtable on Being a Political Scientist today, featuring professors Jean Blondel, Nicolò Conti, Yves Mény and Filippo Tronconi.
Finally, the annual assembly of the Association of CIRCaP Alumni will be taking place.