Research Groups

In addition to individual research and other collective projects, CERI scholars also divide into in small research groups based on specific topics of common interest.

These groups serve three main purposes:

- Organize seminars or workshops, in particular for doctoral students, on a specific research area or on general methodological issues

- Develop and consolidate a long-lasting research network in a particular sub-field of study

- Discuss and exchange upon a precise topic of research or a region/country

 

LIST OF RESEARCH GROUPS 

 

- Africa: citizenship, violence and politics

- Antidiscrimination policies

- Catastrophes and risks

- Comparative regionalism

- Energy and cohesion: governance, regulation and negotiations

- Environment and international relations

- International, Politics, Philosophy

- Migrations and mobilities

- Multidisciplinary research group on contemporary Italy (GREPIC)

- Research group on multilateral action (GRAM)

- Reflection upon political violence

- “The new demagogues”