Fiona B. Adamson, Dr. (SOAS, University of London, UK)

Presence: October to December 2017

Fiona B. Adamson is a Reader (Associate Professor) of International Relations at SOAS, University of London. Her research interests are in migration, transnationalism, diaspora politics, international relations theory, and global peace and security. Adamson’s work has appeared in outlets such as European Journal of International Relations, International Migration Review, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, International Security, International Studies Review, Political Science Quarterly, Journal of Global Security Studies, Cambridge Review of International Affairs and numerous edited volumes.

At SOAS, Adamson co-convenes the London Migration Research Group (LMRG) and leads a research cluster on Migration, Mobility and Membership. She was Head of the SOAS Department of Politics and International Studies 2010-2013. Adamson serves on the governing councils of the Migration and Citizenship and International History and Politics sections of the American Political Science Association, and on the editorial board of the American Political Science Review. She received her MA, MPhil and PhD at Columbia University and her BA from Stanford University.

As a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for European Global Studies, Adamson will be working on the project “Diasporic Europe: Migration, Transnational Assemblages and Disaggregated Sovereignty.”

Julian Eckl, Dr. (Institute of Political Science, University of Hamburg, Germany)

Presence: August to October 2017

Julian Eckl is a post-doctoral researcher and lecturer at the University of Hamburg. His research interests include: global health governance, the society of states, diplomacy, public-private partnerships, and multilateral international organizations. He was trained as a political scientist but draws also on neighboring fields like ethnology/anthropology, history, and science and technology studies. From a methodological point of view, much of his recent research combines participant observation with the analysis of historical material. His main research project is a political ethnography of sites of global health governance; it investigates the way in which the participants try to deal with the practical challenges that this kind of political work entails.

During his stay in Basel, he will analyze empirical material that was collected in the course of this project. A particular focus will be on micro-practices of sovereignty and on the role of “Europe” in global health governance.

Dimitry Kochenov, Prof. Dr. (Universität Groningen, the Netherlands)

Presence: March to May 2017

Dimitry Kochenov holds a Chair in EU Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Groningen. Besides, he holds a visiting professorship at the College of Europe in Natolin and chairs the Investment Migration Council, a global association of investment migration professionals. His research focuses on Comparative and EU Citizenship Law, Principles and Enforcement of EU Law with an emphasis on the Rule of Law, EU External Relations Law, and the Law of the EU's Overseas. Dimitry Kochenov consults governments and international institutions and organizations. During his stay at the EIB, he will be working on the project “Conceptualizing the Inter-Citizenship Paradigm of Belonging”. For more information on Dimitry Kochenov please visit www.kochenov.eu.

Alfredo dos Santos Soares, PhD (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal) (Kopie 1)

Presence: April to June 2017

Alfredo dos Santos Soares is a postdoctoral researcher, currently affiliated with the Center for Research and Development on Law and Society (CEDIS) at the Faculty of Law of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa. He is mostly concerned with the legal and socio-political aspects of the migratory phenomenon, especially the "responsibility to protect" forcibly uprooted people in contexts of armed conflicts, climate change impacts, and large-scale development projects. At the Institute for European Global Studies, he aims to advance the study of global governance of forced migration and its possible implications for the European Union.

Andrea Rehling, PhD (IEG, Mainz, Germany)

Presence: August to October 2016, April to June 2017

Andrea Rehling is a researcher at the Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz and principal investigator for the research project "Knowledge of the World – Heritage of Mankind: The History of UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage", funded by the Leibniz Competition of the Leibniz Association. In 2009, she received her doctoral degree with a thesis on German corporatism between 1880 and 1980 at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen. She has been a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Mannheim and a junior fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Constance (Konstanz). At the Institute for European Global Studies, she is advancing her research and book project “UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage: Cosmopolitanization of Collective Memory”. The project takes the World Heritage Program governance institution as a prism to investigate the shifting of structures, institutions and actors, perceptions and agency. The multidisciplinary approaches, the focus on governance and the analysis of actors and agencies in global contexts make the Institute for European Global Studies a perfect environment for her research.