COST Action CA15207

Professionalization and Social Impact of European Political Science

Giulia Vicentini

Research Fellow

Giulia Vicentini earned the Ph.D. in “Comparative and European Politics” at the University of Siena (Centre for the Study of Political Change – CIRCaP) in January 2013. In 2011 she was visiting scholar at the Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf. She worked as teaching assistant at the universities of Florence and Siena and collaborated to several national and international research projects. From October 2014 till July 2016 she had a post-doc position at the University of Trento, working as project manager within the Research Support Office. Since August 2016 she is a post-doc fellow at the Scuola Normale.

Before approaching the study of higher education policies, her research interests dealt mainly with candidate and leadership selection, primary elections, internal organization of European political parties, political elites.

Among her publications: “L’europeizzazione dell’elite politica italiana ai tempi della crisi”, Polis 3/2016; “From ‘Foreign Body’ to PD Leadership and Beyond. Explaining Matteo Renzi’s Path to Power through the Evolution of his Primaries’ Voters”, Contemporary Italian Politics, 2015, 7(2), “Does Inclusiveness Affect Divisiveness? A Comparative Analysis of Leadership Races in Five Western European Countries”, Italian Political Science Review, 2014, 44(1); “Le fonti di informazione” (with M.Mazzoni), in Pasquino G. e Venturino F. (eds.), Il PD secondo Matteo, Bologna: Bononia University Press, 2014


12 December 2019

WG Reports are out!

WG1: The State of Political Science in Europe; WG2: Towards an European Political Science? Opportunities and Pitfalls in the Internationalisation [...]
5 September 2019

Working Group Meeting, Workshops/Conferences, The Hague, 19-20 September

New Babylon Conference Centre - Anna van Buerenplein 29, 2595 DA Den Haag, The Netherlands, Future Scenarios of the European [...]