Main focus: Migration policy
Languages: German, French, English
Nina Guérin is Research Fellow at the International Relations Department of the Geschwister-Scholl-Institute of Political Science since April 2014 and since October 2014 she is the deputy Women´s Representative of the Faculty of Social Sciences. Her research interests include the comparative analysis of minorities- and migration policy within Europe and beyond. In her Master thesis she investigated the contribution of Will Kymlicka´s political theory about multiculturalism on quantitative conflict research. In her Dissertation project she is dealing with the change of migration policies in the EU neighborhood states.
She studied at the University of Stuttgart and the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux and earned a French-German B.A. in Social Sciences (2007-2010) and subsequently a French-German M.A. in Empirical Social and Political Research (2010-2013). She then worked as a Research Associate at the Political Theory and Empirical Democracy Research Department of the Institute of Social Science at the University of Stuttgart until 2014.
Examples of previous talks / appearances:
12. IB-Nachwuchstagung „Sicherheit, Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft: Theorien und Problemfelder internationaler Politik“ der Sektion Internationale Politik der Deutschen Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft (DVPW), Akademie für Politische Bildung Tutzing, 15.-17.04.2016.
Lehrgangssequenz zur Erlangung der Fakultas in Sozialkunde an Gymnasien 7. Sequenz / Kurs III
AFK M 94,5, Plenum - das Magazin für Universität und Hochschule.
The 73rd Annual Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, 16.-19.04.2015, mit Corinna Kroeber.