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Vincent MARTIGNY
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巴黎综合理工学校访问教授

主讲课程:European Policy

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

BACKGROUND

Nationality: French.

Date and Place of birth: 1977 in Reunion Island (France).

Languages: French (native), Creole (Reunion Island, native), English (bilingual proficiency), German (intermediate), Egyptian Arabic (conversational), Classical Arabic (good notions).

 

PRESENT POSITIONS

Assistant Professor in Political Science, Ecole Polytechnique (2014-present). Researcher at LinX (Laboratoire interdisciplinaire de l’X).

Associate researcher at CEVIPOF (Centre de Recherches Politiques de Sciences Po), Sciences Po Paris (2014-present).

Adjunct Lecturer in French Politics at Sciences Po (Undergraduate and postgraduate levels, 2007-present).

Entitled to apply for French public academic positions (‘Qualification CNU’ competition exam, since March 2013)

 

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

Teaching and Research Fellow / ATER (Attaché temporaire d’Enseignement et de recherche) in Political Science at Université Paris Est-Créteil (2010-2012).

Adjunct Lecturer in Political Science, Department of Political Science, Université Paris 8 Vincennes/Saint-Denis (2009-2010).

 

EDUCATION

PhD in Political Science, Sciences Po, Paris (2006-2012).

Dissertation: Le nationalisme culturel français. Récit national et usages politiques de la culture en France (1981-1995) [French Cultural Nationalism. The National Narrative and the Politics of Culture in France, 1981-1995]. Awarded with Mention très honorable et les félicitations du jury.

Supervisor: Prof. Astrid von Busekist. Examiners: Profs. Herman Lebovics (Distinguished Professor in History, State University of New York at Stony Brook), Yves Déloye (Professor of political science at Sciences Po Bordeaux), Laurent Bouvet  (Professor of political science at University of Versailles/Saint-Quentin), Stéphane Dufoix (Lecturer-MCF/HDR in sociology at University of Paris 10-Nanterre)

MPhil. in Political Thought and Intellectual History, University of Cambridge (Trinity Hall, 2000-2001).

MSc. in Comparative Politics, London School of Economics and Political Science (1999-2000).

BA in Political Science, Sciences Po Bordeaux, with a major in political history and political sociology (1996-1999).

 

PUBLICATIONS

Book

§   Dire la France. Cultures et identités nationales en conflits, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, Le Fait politique (forthcoming, September 2016, publication contract signed, handed in manuscript).

§   Dix grandes questions politiques pour 2017 (co-edited with Thomas Wieder), Paris, Editions Fayard, (forthcoming, January 2017, publication contract signed).

 

Journal issue editor

“Nationalismes ordinaires”, special issue in political science peer-reviewed journal Raisons Politiques (in French), n°37, Spring 2010, pp. 1-146.

 

Articles

Peer-reviewed journals

  • « Orientalism revamped: Building representations of an Arab-Muslim enemy », Critical Military Studies, October 2016 (forthcoming, article submitted and accepted)
  • ‘Penser le nationalisme ordinaire’ [’How to think banal nationalism?’], Raisons Politiques, no. 37, Spring 2010, pp. 5-16.
  • ‘Le goût des nôtres: gastronomie et sentiment national en France’ [’Gastronomy and nationalism in France’], Raisons Politiques, no. 37, Spring 2010, pp. 39-52.
  • ‘Le débat autour de l'identité nationale dans la campagne présidentielle de 2007: quelle rupture ?’ [’The debate around national identity in the 2007 French presidential campaign: what rupture?’], French Politics Culture and Society, vol. 27, no. 1, Spring 2009, pp. 23-42.
  • ‘The Importance of Culture in Civic Nations: Culture and the Republic in France’, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (SEN), no. 3, December 2008, p 543-559.

Non peer-reviewed journals

  • ‘Faut-il célébrer les vingt ans de l’Exception culturelle ?’ [’Should we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Cultural Exception?’], Le Débat, September 2016 (forthcoming, article accepted).
  • ‘Les deux corps du président’, Le 1, June 2016
  • ‘Les primaires et la mort du débat institutionnel’, Le 1, March 2016
  • ‘Jean Lacouture, les paradoxes d’un engagement’, Le 1, March 2015
  • ‘Deux idées fausses sur l’identité’ [’Two false ideas about identity’], Le 1, March 2014.

 

TEACHING

Ecole Polytechnique, 2014-present:

Grands enjeux politiques contemporains (undergraduate seminar in French).

Vie politique française 1958-2015 (undergraduate seminar in French)