European Studies Research

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MPhil/PhD

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Part Time, Full Time

Arts & Humanities graduate class
RESEARCH PROFILE
  • Research income: The contributing departments receive research income from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the British Academy and other institutions. The Department of European & International Studies has received funding from the Leverhulme Trust, the European Research Council and from the EU Framework Programme 7.
  • Current number of academic staff: 17.
  • Current number of research students: 36.
  • Recent publications:
    • La France en révolte.
    • Economic Government in the European Union.
    • The Resources of Critique.
    • Bonfire of Illusions: The Twin Crises of the Liberal World.
    • Hegemony and the Future of the City of London. 
    • The Quest for a European Strategic Culture.
    • Fragmented Fatherland: Immigration and Political Violence in Germany 1945 – 2000.
    • Forecasting, warning and responding to Transnational Risk
    • The Oxford Handbook of the European Union
    • After Liberalism? Liberalism in a Changing World
    • Imperalism and Global Political Economy
    • Europarties after Enlargement. Organization, Ideology and Competition
    • The Arab Spring in the Global Political Economy
    • The Political Economy of the Egyptian Revolution: Mubarak, Economic Reform and Failed Hegemony
KEY FACTS
Head of group/division
Professor Alex Callinicos
Awarding institution
King's College London
Duration
Expected to be PhD (initial registration for MPhil), three years FT, four-six years PT. September to September, January to January or April to April.
Location
Strand Campus.
Student destinations
University teaching; work in the European Union institutions, business, and national and international public service; teaching.
Year of entry 2015
Offered by
Lecture theatre