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“Changing Demographics & Xenophobia: How Immigrant Population Change Affects Public Attitudes in Europe” (Lecture)
September 13, 2013 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Seth Jolly has been an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University since 2008 and is a co-investigator on the Chapel Hill Expert Survey (CHES). He received his PhD in Political Science from Duke University in 2006. His dissertation, titled “A Europe of Regions? Regional Integration, Sub-National Mobilization and the Optimal Size of States,” won the 2007 European Union Studies Association (EUSA) Best Dissertation Prize. This work is now an ongoing book project that examines European integration and increased sub-national mobilization within European Union member states. At Syracuse, Professor Jolly teaches European politics, comparative political parties, and ethnic conflict. His research focuses on regionalist political parties in Europe, political institutions and political economy.