Staff members with discipline History
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She is the Principal Investigator (PI) of the research project Navigating Schengen. Historical Challenges and Potentialities of the EU Free Movement of Persons, 1985-2015 (NAVSCHEN), which has been awarded with a EU Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Senior Global Fellowship (MSCA - IF - 2019 - GF).
In March 2019 she was also ‘ Law, Justice and Society ’ Invited Lecturer at Wolfson College, University of Oxford. She received the 2018-2019 Council for European Studies (CES) – IMSISS Senior Visiting Scholar Fellowship Award at the University of Glasgow. In 2017-2018 she was Santander Senior Fellow in Iberian and European Studies at the European Studies Centre (ESC) – St. Antony’s College of the University of Oxford, where she remains a Senior Member.
She gave the 2018 Santander Senior Fellow Lecture on ‘The Historical Building of the EU's Free Movement of Persons’ at the University of Oxford and organised the 2018 European Studies Centre Santander Conference on ‘Belonging and Displacement’ at the ESC – St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford.
She is also Full Member of the Global Young Academy (GYA), after the five years Award of the German National Academy of Sciences ‘Leopoldina’. She was 2018 Joint Research Centre (JRC) – EU Science Hub Lecturer on ‘Qualitative Approaches to Human Mobility and European Integration’ at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Austria, 2017 Research Scholar in Residence at the European Studies Center – Jean Monnet EU Center of Excellence (JMEUCE) of the University of Pittsburgh and 2017 Invited Expert at Shanghai University - 上海大学.
She previously worked as Principal Investigator (PI), Lecturer and Established Researcher in European Studies at the Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe – University of Luxembourg. She also worked at the Robert Schuman for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) in Florence, at the DG Enlargement of the European Commission and at the European Parliament in Brussels and at the US Congress in Washington, D. C.
Dr. Blanco Sío-López was also Invited Expert in European Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE (2013 and 2016); the Yale Law School (2016); All Souls College, University of Oxford (2016 and 2019) and at the Faculty of Law and the Sydney Sussex and Darwin Colleges (POLIS) of the University of Cambridge (2014, 2016 and 2017). She was also Section Chair for the European International Studies Association (EISA), Salzburg Global Seminar Lecturer and EUI Global Governance Programme Network Member.
She obtained her PhD in History and Civilization — specialising in European Integration History — at the European University Institute of Florence (EUI) , for which she received the 2008 FAEY European Research Best PhD Thesis Award.
She coordinated and participated in numerous international research projects, conferences and peer-reviewed publications in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Her research and publications focus on European Integration History —with an accent on enlargement policy temporalities and the Schengen area fundamental rights — Global Governance, Comparative Regional Integration and Digital Humanities.
Bos worked for several scientific or specialized libraries, such as the University of Amsterdam, Naturalis Biodiversity Center and the Rijksmuseum. He is currently also employed as library staff member for the Leiden University Libraries.
Other interests: British idealism, Italian idealism, realism in early 20th century British philosophy & philosophy of history.
Migration, policies of inclusion and exclusion, the construction of national identities, transnational and transcultural networks, memory studies, oral history and life writing. Regions: the Netherlands, Germany and South Africa
Early Modern History
Dutch Culinary History
Ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian (Marriage) Law
Comparative Semitics (specialization: Old and Imperial Achaemenid Aramaic)
Ancient Greek (Historical) Linguistics
Ancient Greek Documentary Papyri (Elephantine/Soknopaiou Nesos)
Social and Economic History
Culture, memory, identity, and heritage
Central and Eastern Europe, especially Western Balkans/the former Yugoslavia
Language and literature, film and media
American history and culture, 1848-present
Mexican American studies
U.S. Catholic history and culture
- Regional analysis of rural and urban development (19th-21th century)
see also http://www.rug.nl/news-and-events/people-perspectives/inbeeld/mpopovic
The musealisation of the castle and the country house
For my publications, see my CV
Legal: labour law and human rights in private law, legal history.
General: writing skills
The American Revolution
The Early American Republic
The US South
The early modern Atlantic World
Ethnicity, national identity, and race
History of Higher Education
Curriculum Development, Quality Assurance and Enhancement
Specialized in: diplomatic history; history of political communication; paper history; Habsburg history; sixteenth-century history; Central and Eastern European history; Mediterranean history