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Assistant Professor in Political Science and International Relations, University Ca' Foscari, Venice, Italy.

Fields of specialization 

EU Politics; International Relations; Political Theory.

Education 

Ph.D. in Political Science, Sciences Po Paris (2004-2009).

Topic: The Shadow of Consensus. Qualified Majority Voting in the Council of the European Union. Summa cum Laude.

Ph.D. Committee: Pr. Renaud Dehousse, Pr. Jon Elster, Pr. Bernard Manin, Pr. Philippe Urfalino, Pr. Helen Wallace.

Agrégation de philosophie (2002).

Master in history of philosophy (2001), Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Alumna of the École Normale Supérieure, Paris (1999-2004).

Academic Appointments 

2014-2016: Associate Professor (tenured) in Political Science, European School of Political and Social Sciences, Lille Catholic University, France.
Head of the Bilingual Bachelor's Programme in Political Science and of the Programme in European Politics.

2011-2014: Roman Herzog Fellow, Hertie School of Governance (Berlin).

2010-2011: Max Weber Fellow, European University Institute (Florence).

2011-: Associate researcher at the Centre d'études sociologiques et politiques Raymond Aron, EHESS, Paris.

2008-2010: Research assistant for Professor Jon Elster, Collège de France (Paris).

2006-2007: Arthur Sachs Fellow and Sciences Po/Harvard doctoral exchange student, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Government, Harvard University.

2004-2007: Teaching Fellow at Sciences Po Paris.

Prizes

Fondation Saint-Simon Prize for the Ph.D. project.

Dalloz Prize for the Ph.D. dissertation (published as La prise de décision au Conseil de l’Union européenne. Pratiques du vote et du consensus. Paris: Dalloz,  2011).

Languages
French, English, Italian, German, Latin.