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Teaching fellow à Sciences Po : portrait d'un enseignant heureux

Depuis quelques année, Sciences Po accueille sur les campus du Havre et de Reims des Teaching Fellows : ces jeunes docteurs ou doctorants anglophones enseignent sur le campus pendant une année tout en poursuivant leurs recherches. Federico MANFREDI FIRMAN, doctorant en science politique, se présente et raconte son expérience reimoise : sa formation, ses recherches, ses enseignements, le campus et surtout les étudiants cosmopolites remarquablement engagés et curieux d'apprendre.

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Reims campus: introducing 8 teaching fellows for 2017-2018

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Reims campus: Introducing 8 teaching fellows for 2017/2018

Dr Benedikt ErforthDr Benedikt Erforth

Teaching Fellow, Euro-American program, Reims Campus
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Education and research interests

Benedikt Erforth is a Teaching Fellow at Sciences Po's Euro-American program in Reims. He completed a PhD in International Studies at the University of Trento (Italy) in 2015.

His research interests include international relations theory, international security, and foreign policy analysis. He has published in Millennium, the Cambridge Review of International Affairs, and the European Review of International Affairs. He also is a contributor to Foreign Policy Blogs and former contributor to Think Africa Press.

Teaching

  1. Lecturer for the second year undergraduate core course "Theories of International Relations"
  2. Lecturer for the second year undergraduate elective course "Europe in the World"

Lise Herman, PhDLise Herman, PhD

Teaching Fellow, Euro-American program, Reims Campus
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Education and research interests

I am a Teaching Fellow in Political Science at Sciences Po (IEP de Paris - Euro-American campus, Reims) and also work as an external analyst for Oxford Analytica on French and Hungarian politics. My broad research interest is in the crisis of modern representative democracy, and I seek more specifically to develop theoretical and methodological tools to study the role of political parties in this crisis.

My PhD in European Studies, defended at the London School of Economics and Political Science in March 2016, was awarded in April 2017 the UK Political Studies Association (PSA) McDougall Prize for best thesis in representation and elections studies. In my doctoral research, I studied the discourses of a total of 118 grass-root party members in an established and a newly established European democracy, France and Hungary. I assessed and compared the democratic merits of these discourses using the works of contemporary political theorists (such as Russell Muirhead, Nancy Rosenblum, Jonathan White, Léa Ypi, Amy Gutmann, etc.) as the basis for my theoretical framework. Methodologically I have relied on focus-groups and software-assisted textual analysis.

My work is published in the American Political Science Review and in the European Political Science Review, as well as in online journals such as the LSE Review of Books and Books and Ideas. I have a co-edited book (with James Muldoon) forthcoming with Routledge on the mainstreaming of far-right populism, as well as articles under review with Party Politics and the British Journal of Political Science.

Main publications

Peer-reviewed articles:

Teaching

  • Lecturer for the second year undergraduate elective courses "Parties and Democratic change: Europe and the US in comparative perspective" (1st semester) and "Trumping the mainstream, Right-wing populism in the 21st century" (2nd semester).
  • Seminar leader for two sections of the first year undergraduate core courses "Comparative Constitutional Law" (1st semester) and "Introduction to Political Science" (2nd semester).

Ines Charlotte MosgalikInes Charlotte Mosgalik

Teaching Fellow, Euro-American program, Reims Campus
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Education and research interests

I am a Teaching Fellow at Sciences Po (Euro-American Programme, Campus de Reims).

My research contributes to the vast interdisciplinary field of demand-side energy research. I am, more specifically, interested in the framing of domestic electricity consumer narratives, focusing on the currently biggest EU member countries as well as the EU-level of governance as such. I cover the time period starting with the first Oil Price shock and ending with the endorsement of the large-scale roll-out of so-called ‘smart meters’ in 2009.

I have been educated at the University of Konstanz, Germany, and at Sciences Po Paris.

Publications

I have contributed to both purely academic publications (Oxford University Press) as well as policy papers of leading international organisations (OECD) and companies (Fondation EDF).

Teaching

I am in charge of animating seminars accompanying Professor Piketty’s “The Long European 19th Century” and Professor Ndiaye’s “20th Century Empires” main lectures.

I also propose a BA seminar exploring the issue of “Living sustainably in an era of energy overconsumption”, related to my own research.

Gaetano Di Tommaso

Teaching Fellow, Euro-American program, Reims Campus
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Education and research interests

Gaetano Di Tommaso is a Teaching Fellow at Sciences Po in Reims (Euro-American Programme). He  holds a joint PhDin contemporary history from Sciences Po - Paris and the University of Bologna.

His broad research interests are in American and transatlantic history and he has worked specifically on the problem of access to and control of energy resources during the twentieth century.

Teaching

  • Seminar leader for the first year undergraduate core courses "The Long European 19th Century” (1st semester)
  • Seminar leader for the first year undergraduate courses “20th Century Empires” (2nd semester)
  • Lecturer for the second year undergraduate elective course “Energy security in the contemporary world” (1st semester)

Federico Manfredi FirmianFederico Manfredi Firmian

Teaching Fellow, Euro-American program, Reims Campus
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Education and research interests

Federico Manfredi Firmian is a Teaching Fellow at Sciences Po, in the Europe-North America programme in Reims. He holds Master’s degrees from the Harvard Kennedy School and the City University of New York, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Sorbonne. His research interests include the geopolitics of energy and international relations in the greater Middle East. He has conducted extensive field research in Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel and the Palestinian territories, Jordan, Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia, and has worked as a political risk consultant on matters related to political and economic outlook, energy, and security.

Main publications

Manfredi Firmian has published in World Policy Journal, H-Diplo, the World Bank En Breve Series, and news related magazines and websites. He is currently working on a longue durée analysis of the political economies of Syria and Iraq.

Teaching

  • Lecturer in the second-year undergraduate course “The Geopolitics of Energy.”
  • Lecturer in the second-year undergraduate course “The War in Syria: US and European Policies.”
  • Seminar leader in the first-year undergraduate courses “Political Institutions” and “Introduction to Political Science.”

Camila Niño Fernández

Teaching Fellow, Euro-American program, Reims Campus
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Education and research interests

Camila Niño Fernández is a Teaching Fellow in Economics at Sciences Po, in the EuroAmerican programme in Reims. She holds a Ph.D degree from Aix-Marseille School of Economics. She holds a Master’s in Public Economics from Aix-Marseille School of Economics and a Master’s in Economics from Los Andes University (Colombia). Her research interests include the income taxation, income redistribution, the role of education as a tool for economic mobility. 

Teaching

  • Teaching Assistant for the course “Principles of Economics” (1st year)
  • Lecturer in the “Introduction to Public Economics” second year major in Economics
  • Lecturer in the seminar “Economics of poverty and income inequality” (2nd year)
  • Lecturer in the seminar “Economics of Education” (2nd year)

Stavros PantazopoulosStavros Pantazopoulos

Teaching Fellow, Euro-American program, Reims Campus
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Education and research interests

Stavros Pantazopoulos is a Teaching Fellow at Sciences Po (Euro-American Programme, Campus de Reims). He is a PhD candidate in public international law at the European University Institute under the supervision of Professor Nehal Bhuta. His research focuses on the protection of environment during and after an armed conflict.

Stavros holds an LLB and an LLM in international law from the University of Athens, an LLM in international law from the London School of Economics, and an LLM in Comparative, European and International Laws from the European University Institute. He has also visited the University of Michigan Law School as a Michigan Grotius Research Scholar.

Main publications

Stavros has published in the fields of international environmental law, law of armed conflict, and autonomous weapons systems.

  • ‘Protection of the Environment During Armed Conflicts: An Appraisal of the ILC’s Work’ (2016) 34 Questions of International Law 7-26
  • ‘Autonomy and Uncertainty: Increasingly Autonomous Weapons Systems and the International Legal Regulation of Risk’ in Nehal Bhuta et al, Autonomous Weapons Systems: Law, Ethics, Policy (Cambridge University Press, 2016) 284-300 (co-authored with Nehal Bhuta)

Teaching

  • Lecturer for the second year undergraduate elective course "New Wars, New Laws? Use of Force and the Conduct of Hostilities in the 21st Century" (2nd semester).
  • Lecturer for the second year undergraduate elective course "Human Rights as a Response to Global Challenges: One-size-fits-all?" (2nd semester).
  • Seminar leader for three sections of the first year undergraduate core courses "Introduction to Public International Law" (1st semester).

Arianna Sforzini

Teaching Fellow, Euro-American and Euro-African programs, Reims Campus
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Education and research interests

Arianna Sforzini is a Teaching Fellow at Sciences po – Reims (2017-2018) and an associated researcher to the Bibliothèque nationale de France (2016-2018). She is a member of the Association pour le Centre Michel Foucault, and has been a post-graduate fellow at ICI Berlin – Institute for Cultural Inquiry (2016-2017). She wrote a Ph.D. dissertation on the role of theatre in the philosophy of Michel Foucault (2015, Université Paris-Est Créteil / Università degli Studi di Padova).

Main publications

Latest books: Les scènes de la vérité. Michel Foucault et le théâtre (Pessac: Le Bord de l’eau, 2017); Michel Foucault. Une pensée du corps (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2014). Co-editor of Foucault(s) (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 2017); Michel Foucault: éthique et vérité (1980-1984) (Paris: Vrin, 2013); Un demi-siècle d’Histoire de la folie (Paris: Kimé, 2013).

Teaching

  • Lecturer for the second year undergraduate elective course "Les politiques du genre" (1st semester).
  • Lecturer for the first year undergraduate course "Parcours de la violence" (1st/2nd semester, two groups).
  • Lecturer for the first year undergraduate course “L’expérience politique à l’épreuve de la violence” (1st/2nd semester).
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Apprendre, ça s'apprend

Innovation pédagogique : un atelier inédit de "métacognition"

Comment apprendre à apprendre ? C'est le défi de tout élève, en particulier au moment de l'arrivée dans l'enseignement supérieur. Sciences Po a mis en place depuis septembre 2017 une innovation pédagogique qui apporte des réponses pratiques à ce défi : des cours inédits baptisés "ateliers de métacognition". Objectif de ces séances : mieux connaître le fonctionnement de son cerveau pour améliorer ses stratégies d’apprentissage.

Cette innovation s’inscrit dans le cadre d’un partenariat de recherche en innovation pédagogique entre Sciences Po et l’Université McGill (Canada), soutenu par le Programme Samuel de Champlain (2017-2018). Il est proposé à titre expérimental depuis septembre à des étudiants de première année. Reportage.

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Les ordinateurs en cours : quel impact pour les étudiants ?

L'utilisation des ordinateurs en cours rend-elle les étudiants plus attentifs ? Moins dispersés ? Les voisins, même s'ils ne sont pas connectés, sont-ils également impliqués par cette utilisation ? La prise de note sur odinateur est-elle plus rapide et plus efficace ? Anne Boring, chercheuse et enseignante à Sciences Po, synthétise les recherches sur ces questions.

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