JMCM research luncheons: “the European Union and Anti-minority Mobilization”

The Jean Monnet Centre organises a monthly research seminar at which researchers affiliated to the centre present their current work over a light meal. Join us for the debate and lunch!

On 20 February 2019, Petra Guasti (Goethe University Frankfurt & Harvard University) will present her current research on “Friends and Foes of Accommodation: The Indirect Effect of the European Union on Anti-minority Mobilization in the Czech Republic and Slovakia”.

Free admission. Please register via email before 17 February (johannes.muller.gomez [at]

This session is organised in cooperation with the Jean Monnet chair Eurol.

Petra Guasti is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Institute of Political Science, Goethe University Frankfurt (Democratic Innovations Research Unit) and AY 2018/2019 Democracy Visiting Fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School. Petra previously held research and teaching positions at the University of Bremen, the University of Wurzburg and University of Mainz, visiting research positions at the University of Belfast (UK), Arizona State University (USA), Soochow University (Taiwan) and long-term research affiliation at the Institute of Sociology, Czech Academy of Sciences (CZ). Her research focus is on (representative) democracy, democratic innovations, civil society, and human rights. Her research appears among others in Democratization, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, European Political Science, Politics and Governance and East European Politics and Societies.

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