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prof. dr. Astrid von Busekist

prof. dr. Astrid von Busekist

Specialized in national studies
Talen : Engels, Frans

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  • Bestuur & Politiek
    • Europa
    • Politiek - Overheid
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  • Mens & Samenleving
  • Inzetbaarheid

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  • Identities, cultures, nations
  • Comparative politics of nationalism
  • Nationalism
  • Politics of language

Prof. dr. Astrid von Busekist is specialized in national studies and is a member of the CERI Transversal Project 'Beliefs and Practices of Democracy'. At Sciences PO Von Busekist teaches 'Identities, cultures, nations' and 'Comparative politics of nationalism'. Von Busekist received her Ph.D. and Professeur agrégé in political science. Among her previous positions include: lecturer at Institut d'Etudes Politiques of Lille (1997-1999); professor at the University of Nice (1999-2001);

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Prof. dr. Astrid von Busekist is specialized in national studies and is a member of the CERI Transversal Project 'Beliefs and Practices of Democracy'. At Sciences PO Von Busekist teaches 'Identities, cultures, nations' and 'Comparative politics of nationalism'. Von Busekist received her Ph.D. and Professeur agrégé in political science. Among her previous positions include: lecturer at Institut d'Etudes Politiques of Lille (1997-1999); professor at the University of Nice (1999-2001); associated researcher at Université Libre of Brussels and Chair of European Sociology (2001-2002). Since 2001 she is a full Professor at Sciences PO, she is the Head of the Research Master’s in Comparative Politics and Academic Dean of Political Science at the Ecole Doctorale de Sciences PO.

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International Review of Sociology

Title:
 
International Review of Sociology
Original title:
 
Revue Internationale de Sociologie
Author:
 
Astrid von Busekist
Publisher:
 
Routledge

'International Review of Sociology' is the oldest journal in the field of sociology, founded in 1893 by René Worms. Now the property of Rome University, its direction has been entrusted to the Faculty of Statistics.

This choice is a deliberate one and falls into line with the traditional orientation of the journal as well as of the Institut International de Sociologie. The latter was the world's first international academic organisation of sociology which started as an association of contributors to 'International Review of Sociology'.

Entrusting the journal to the Faculty of Statistics reinforces the view that sociology is not conceived apart from economics, history, demography, anthropology and social psychology. Rather, sociology is a science which aims to discover the links between the various areas of social activity and not just a set of empty formulas. Thus, 'International Review of Sociology' provides a medium through which up-to-date results of interdisciplinary research can be spread across disciplines as well as across continents and cultures.