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Full Professor of Political Science
Director of the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics, Sciences Po
Florence Haegel is Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po. Former Head of the Department of Political Science, she has been the head of the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics since January 2017 and is member of the MaxPo Joint Council since September 2019.
Her research focuses on political parties, politicisation, political socialisation and participation. Her work on political parties deals more specifically with the transformation of the French right (Haegel, Les droites en fusion, 2012). She has approached the issue of politicisation in complementary ways. She has addressed both the question of political socialisation (Lavabre, Haegel, Destins ordinaires. Identité singulière et mémoire partagée, 2010) and political discourse. More specifically, she has compared how French, Belgian and British citizens talk about Europe (Duchesne, Frazer, Haegel, Van Ingelgom, Citizens’ Reaction to European Integration. Overlooking Europe, 2013).
She is currently working on the participation of precarious people within associations (PICRI project on “Precariousness, Participation, Politics”). In terms of methodology, she is an expert on the scientific use of focus groups (Duchesne, Haegel, Les entretiens collectifs, 2004).
Florence Haegel teaches at Sciences Po in the School of Research’s Resarch Masters Programme (in Comparative Politics). She teaches “Introduction to Political Science” for college-level students.
Political parties and the party system; the transformation of the parties of the right; socialisation, political talk participation; citizens’ attitudes to Europe; focus groups.
Membre du comité de rédaction de la revue Sociétés contemporaines
- La politisation : du mot à l’écheveau conceptuel
- Les freins à la participation des populations précaires. Comment une association façonne les identifications collectives
- LR ressemble au Parti travailliste anglais d’avant le blairisme (Interview).
- La droite, les droites : état des lieux
- La déroute de LR signe « l’échec de sa stratégie » face à l’extrême droite