Visiting Scholars

Welcome Dr. André Bächtiger!

The IES would like to welcome it's newest Visiting Scholar, Dr. André Bächtiger. He will be visiting the IES for the period of March. 

Thomas Biebricher

Thomas Biebricher received his doctorate in Political Science at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg in 2003. His dissertation was published under the title Selbstkritik der Moderne. Habermas und Foucault imVergleich by Campus Publishers in a book series edited by the Institute of Social Research in Frankfurt in 2005. It is currently under review to be translated and published by Columbia University Press in the series ‘New Directions in Critical Theory’. 

Tim Hicks

Tim Hicks (DPhil Oxford, 2009) specializes in the comparative politics of advanced industrialized economies, especially as related to public policy and comparative political economy.  He is an Ussher Assistant Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Political Science, Trinity College, Dublin and, for January-September 2014, a Visiting Assistant Professor at UBC, affiliated with the Institute for European Studies.  Tim's current research relates to three areas.

IES Welcomes Visiting Researcher - Dr. Suzanna Crage

Dr. Suzanna Crage - Headshot for the Institute for European Studies - UBC

The IES welcomes Dr. Suzanna Crage as incoming visiting researcher for the period September 2012 to December 2012.

Francisco Beltrán

beltranFrancisco Beltrán teaches political science at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), Spain. The research project he will carry out during his stay at the IES is entitled “Politics and Economics of Multiculturalism in Canada and Western Europe: A Comparative Approach”, and focuses on basic aspects of the political and economic integration of ethnic and cultural minorities and immigrant groups in the Canadian society, Muslim communities in particular. In relation to these issues, he will also study the Canadian multicultural policies at federal, provincial and local levels, the multicultural features of the Canadian Constitution, and the relation of those immigrant groups among themselves, with  the Canadian administration, and with society at large. Lastly, he will compare his findings with ethno-cultural demands being made in several Western European countries and some European multicultural policies currently in place.

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