Brigitte Weiffen

Brigitte Weiffen
The Open University (UK) · Department of Politics and International Studies



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Additional affiliations
August 2014 - July 2015
University of São Paulo
  • Professor
October 2011 - September 2012
Universität Konstanz
  • Fellow
February 2008 - July 2014
Universität Konstanz
  • Lecturer


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Projects (3)
The aim of the Doctoral School is to bring together a group of Ph.D. and other young researchers for a series of lectures by leading senior academics in the field of Latin American, European and Comparative Regionalism and to discuss their research projects in tutorial sessions. The Doctoral School will take place in Quito and will last for one week. The targeted public are (mainly) doctoral students from all social science sub-disciplines in various stages of their research projects dealing with Latin American Regionalism or Comparative Regionalism. The Doctoral School seeks to establish a new network of researchers dealing with regionalism, based at universities all over the Latin American continent and beyond. The Doctoral School is bi-lingual (English-Spanish). Programme The programme runs from Monday till Friday. Lectures will be delivered in the mornings, while tutorial sessions and visits to regional organizations will be programmed in the afternoon sessions. A touristic side-programme is also foreseen. Lecturers Lecturers are affiliated with: UASB, UNU-CRIS, LATN, IDB, GIGA & Universität Göttingen, FGV, Universitat de Barcelona, FLACSO, Universidad de los Andes, Bournemouth University, Universidad de las Américas. Certificate Participants will receive a certificate from the Universidad Andina/UNU-CRIS. This certificate may be used to satisfy requirements of the doctoral training programmes in the participants’ home universities. Application Candidates should submit a motivation letter, a detailed curriculum vitae and an outline of their planned or ongoing research project.