- Andrei Poama
Nous lui adressons toutes nos félicitations
Jeune docteur en théorie politique, Andrei Poama a soutenu sa thèse en octobre 2015 sur le thème «La justice corrective: une théorie de la peine», sous la direction du professeur Jean-Marie Donegani, directeur de l’École doctorale de Sciences Po.
Actuellement post-doctorant au Centre de Recherche en Éthique de l’Université de Montréal, il sera «Max Weber Fellow» à l'Institut Universitaire de Florence à partir de septembre 2016.
The Max Weber Postdoctoral Programme (MWP) at the EUI is open to applicants from anywhere in the world, regardless of nationality and including non-EU citizens, who are within 5 years from the completion of their PhD. The language of the programme is English.
The MWP is widely considered as the leading postdoctoral programme of its kind.
It is among the most selective – attracting circa 1200 applicants in the fields of political and social sciences, economics, law and history for some 55-60 Fellowships.
Its placement record is second to none: Most Max Weber Fellows secure an academic position of some kind in the finest institutions around the world upon completion of the programme.
The Max Weber Fellows enjoy the superb research facilities of the European University Institute (including an outstanding library, a shared office space, a personal research fund of 1000 euros)
The Max Weber Programme is unique among postdoctoral programmes in helping Fellows to become full members of a global academic community.
Fellows are given training and support in all aspects of an academic career – from publishing and presenting, to teaching and applying for research grants and jobs. A particular focus is placed on communicating effectively in English to different kinds of academic audiences.