Nicolas Maslowski

Mgr. Nicolas Maslowski, DEA, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

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He teaches: Historical Sociology of Politics, Historical Sociology of World Politics and International Relations and Historical and Sociological Confrontations



Expertise and interests


sociology, political science / international relations, theories of mobilization, civil society, protests, pragmatic sociology, Central Europe, Réunion island, cooking


Education


2009 Université Paris-La Défense X - Nanterre - Ph. D. in political sociology and comparative politics

1996 Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, Post Graduate Diploma DEA - Specialization: A Comparison of democratic transformation in post-communist Europe

1995 Université de Nancy II, MA in Humanities

1994 Universite de Paris XI, DEUG science and structure of the material


Practice / Research


2010-2015, assistant professor at the Faculty of Humanities, department of historical sociology

2009-2011, external co-worker and then assistant professor at the University of Economics, Prague

2007-2010, external collaborator at the French Institute for Research in Social Sciences CEFRES

1999-2005, Researcher at the French Institute for Research in Social Sciences (CEFRES)

1999-2003, responsible for a research for Cadis / ehess, led by prof. Michel Wieviorka

1997-1999, an internship at the Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences (ISP PAN), led by Professor Paczkowskeho

1997-2009, Institut des Sciences Sociales du Politique, Paris X-CNRS


Languages


mother tongue: French, Polish, very good / fluently: Czech, English, beginner: Hungarian, German


Selected publications


Books, monographs


Manifester en République tcheque, et société civile Protestation, SBS 2011, Sarrebruck - Paris 2011, 535 pp.

The Weight of History in Central European Societies of the 20th Century. Central European Studies in Social Science, CES (Central European Seminar), Prague 2005 (Zora Header, Nicolas Maslowski (eds)

Nationalism in the contemporary history of Central Europe: from mobilization to the identity of the Central European Studies in Social Sciences, Prague 2005 (Zora Header, Nicolas Maslowski (eds)


Professional paper

"The World Of The Two Vaclavs: European vs.-Minded. National (ist) intellectuals in Czechia", in J. Lacroix, K. Nicolaidis (eds.). European Stories. Intellectual Debates in Europe in National Contexts. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, vol. 257-274th (With Muriel Blaive)


"Social Protests and the World of the Environmentalists in the Czech Republic", in Marty P., Devaux S. Social Movements and Public Action, Lessons from Environmental Issues. CEFRES - EU Consent, Prague 2009, pp. 40-55.


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