20 September 2040

Andrei Stavilă

Andrei Stavila
Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science and International Relations (link)
Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences (link)
Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University (link)
Muğla, Turkey
Personal page, Muğla University (link)

Muğla Sıtkı Koçman Universitesi
Iktisadi ve Idari Bilimler Fakültesi (IIBF)
Siyaset Bilimi ve Uluslararasi Ilişkiler Bölümü
Kötekli Kampüsü
48100 Muğla-Turkey

Phone: +90 252 211 5617

Previous positions

Guest Lecturer, Department of Political Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University, the Netherlands

Citizenship expert and Consortium Member, EUDO Observatory on Citizenship, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, Italy (link).

Short presentation
I hold a PhD degree in Political and Social Sciences (European University Institute, Florence, Italy). My thesis was entitled 'Citizens-minus and Citizens-Plus: A Normative Attempt to Defend Citizenship Acquisition as an Entitlement Based on Residence' (read the abstract here). I defended it on 10 December 2013. The Jury members were Rainer Bauböck (EUI, Supervisor), Anna Triandafyllidou (EUI), David Owen (University of Southampton), and Joseph Carens (University of Toronto). The whole thesis is available online on CADMUS - EUI Research Repository here.

I previously obtained an MRes degree in Political Sciences (European University Institute, Florence, Italy), an MPhil degree in Political Philosophy (Central European University, Budapest, Hungary), and an MA degree in Philosophy (“Al. I. Cuza” University, Iasi, Romania).

Research interests
My main research interests include political theory and philosophy, immigration and citizenship studies, minority rights, liberalism, normative ethics and international relations theory.

You can also find me here
My profile on Google Scholar
My profile on Academia.edu
My profile on ResearchGate
My Google Site
My LinkedIn profile
My profile on EUDO-Citizenship
European University Institute - PhD Thesis defended in 2013; see also my PhD defense
My photo blog (English): Andrei Stavilă's Photography
My personal blog (Romanian/English): Interactions
Pages: TwitterFacebookGoogle+Flickr, Scribd

03 February 2015

New position: Assistant Professor, Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University

Since 3 February 2015 I am Assistant Professor at Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University (Mugla, Turkey). In the Spring Semester 2015 I am going to teach two classes:

SIBUL 1004 'International Politics'

SIBUL 2004 'History of Political thought II'

20 December 2013

Guest lecturer, Maastricht University

In the spring semester (1 January - 30 April) 2014 I am Guest Lecturer at the Department of Political Science (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences), Maastricht University (Maastricht, The Netherlands). I will teach two courses: 'International Relations: Contemporary Issues and Actors' and 'Fault lines. Contemporary debates on identity, culture and citizenship in Europe'.

10 December 2013

PhD thesis defended!

Today I defended my PhD thesis, 'Citizens-minus and Citizens-plus. A Normative Attempt to Defend Citizenship Acquisition as an Entitlement Based on Residence'! The jury members were Prof. Rainer Bauböck (European University Institute, Supervisor), Prof. Anna Triandafyllidou (European University Institute), Prof. David Owen (University of Southampton), and Prof. Joseph Carens (University of Toronto).
Read the abstract and watch a nice picture of me together with the jury members here.

19 January 2012


Sorry for this post but it is necessary in order to claim my website on technorati. The code is MKJB22U548NC

08 April 2011

ECPR conference Reykjavik, Iceland

25-27 August 2011: I will present my paper 'No Land’s Man: Irregular Migrants’ Challenge to Immigration Control and Membership Policies' at the 6th ECPR [European Consortium for Political Research] General Conference (Reykjavik, Iceland). You will find me in the section 64 ('Political Theory'), the panel 'Rights at the margins' (panel chair: Simon  Thompson, University of the West of England; panel discussant: David Owen, University of Southampton). For further information see Reykjavik 2011 Conference Home Page.