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Projects

EPOP members are involved in a variety of collaborative projects funded by the ESRC, British Academy, Leverhulme, FP7, Flemish Fund of Scientific Research, the Swedish Research Council  and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.  Each research project and post-doctoral fellowship listed has its own page with further information on research objectives and publications.

Current Funded Research

  • Citizenship after the nation-state (CANS)

    2008-2010 European Collaborative Research Projects in the Social Sciences
    Charlie Jeffery (Politics&IR), Ailsa Henderson (Politics&IR), Daniel Wincott (Birmingham) Richard Wyn Jones (Aberystwyth), Franz Fallend (Salzburg), Peter Ulram (GfK), Svila Tributsch (GfK), Roman Pasquier (Rennes), Dieter Roth (Heidelberg), Roland Sturm (Friedrich Alexander), Enric Martinez-Herrera (Madrid), Francesc Pallares (Pompeu Fabra)
  • Constituent political cultures of Europe

    2008-2010 FP7 Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship
    Ailsa Henderson (Politics&IR)
  • Scotland's National Conversation and deliberative democracy

    2008-2009 University of Edinburgh Development Trust Research Fund (DTRF)
    Navraj Singh Ghaleigh (Law), Ailsa Henderson (Politics & IR), Stephen Tierney (Law)
  • Constitutional referendums

    2008-2009 British Academy Senior Research Fellowship
    Stephen Tierney (Law)
  • Islamic radicalisation in Russia

    Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
    Luke March (Politics & IR) and Roland Dannreuther (Politics & IR)
  • Sub-state voter turnout

    2005-2008 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
    Ailsa Henderson and Nicola McEwen (Politics & IR)
  • Statewide parties in regional elections

    2003-2009 Flemish Fund of Scientific Research, University of Leuven
    Wilfried Swenden (Politics & IR) and Bart Maddens (Leuven)

Research Opportunities

If you would like to advertise an EPOP-related research opportunity please contact Ailsa Henderson.

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