Alain Dieckhoff

Director of CERI, CNRS Research Professor
Phone: +33158717025 - alain.dieckhoff@sciencespo.fr
Alain Dieckhoff is CNRS Research Professor . He holds degrees from Sciences Po and Paris Nanterre (Ph.D. in political sociology). 
He teaches courses at Sciences Po, at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He was visiting professor at many universities abroad  (Graduate Institute Geneva, UQAM, Tel Aviv University, Hebrew University Jerusalem, LSE...). He is the co-founder of the Observatoire international du religieux.

He is a member of the editorial boards of Politique et sociétés, Questions internationales and Journal of Modern Jewish Studies. He is a member of the Advisory Council of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies. He is international fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences of the Royal Society of Canada.

His main field of research is politics and society in Israel.  He has also undertaken in-depth researches on the transformations of contemporary nationalism, on populism and on the relationships between politics and religion.

Alain Dieckhoff is Director of CERI (Center for International Studies, Sciences Po).
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Work in Progress

Nation, State and democracy in Israel, Politics and religion in Israel, The Israeli-Palestinian peace process, The transformations of contemporary nationalism, Nation, State and democracy in Israel, Minority nationalisms, Comparative perspectives on populism, Interactions between politics and religion

Research Interests

Nation, State and democracy in Israël, Transformations of contemporary nationalism, Israeli-Palestinian peace process

  • Teaching

    - Establishment : Sciences Po, title : Nationalismes et conflits, (level : master),

    - Establishment : Sciences Po, title : Nations et nationalismes, from 2017-01 to 2017-04,(level : licence),

    - Establishment : Sciences Po, title : Sociologie des nationalismes et du transnationalisme, (level : master)
  • Languages

    English, German, Hebrew, Italian
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