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Research Seminar | Constructing the European Law State

Monday March 4, 2024, from 12:00 to 13:30
Room 24.120 (First Floor). Mercè Rodoreda 24 Building. UPF Ciutadella
Research seminar

R. Daniel Kelemen (Georgetown University). ChairEmre Amasyali (IBEI)

Abstract will be available soon.

R. Daniel Kelemen is McCourt Chair at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. He is also Professor of Law (by courtesy) at Georgetown Law. Kelemen's research interests include the politics and law of the European Union, comparative politics and law, and comparative public policy. His 2011 book - Eurolegalism: The Transformation of Law and Regulation in the European Union (Harvard University Press) won the Best Book Award from the European Union Studies Association. He is the author or editor of five other books, and author of over one hundred articles and book chapters. Prior to joining Georgetown, Kelemen was Professor of Political Science and Law at Rutgers University, where he also served as Chair of the Department of Political Science and Director of the Center for European Studies. Previously, Kelemen was Fellow in Politics and University Lecturer at Lincoln College and the Department of Politics & International Relations of the University of Oxford. He has been a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, a visiting fellow in the Program in Law and Public Affairs at Princeton University, and a Fulbright Fellow in European Union Studies at the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels.

Kelemen is a Senior Associate (Non-Resident), in the Europe, Russia, and Eurasia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a member of the Executive Committee of the European Union Studies Association. He was educated at UC Berkeley (A.B. Sociology) and Stanford (M.A. and Ph.D. Political Science).