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You will meet with highly qualified lecturers.
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Interviews with teachers at the Department of Political Science

As our student you will develop your skills by the help of dedicated teachers and professors who are prominent within their field of research. The study environment is fairly informal and teachers and students are working together. Here are some of the people you may meet during your studies.

Markus Johansson

Markus is a researcher in political science. His research interests include European integration, EU politics, EU institutions, the Council of the European Union, and collective bargaining. He teaches at all levels within the subject area of European Studies.

Read the interview with Markus here

Markus Johansson
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Magnus Lundgren

Magnus Lundgren is Senior Lecturer in political science. Before he started his doctoral studies he worked for the United Nations. Today most of his research involve international organizations and negotiations at different levels. Magnus teaches at the master’s level.

Read the interview with Magnus here

Magnus Lundgren
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Elin Naurin

Elin is Professor of political science. In 2017 she was appointed Wallenberg Academy Fellow to create the Gothenburg Research Program on Pregnancy and Politics. Her main research interests are representative democracy and people’s political behaviour. She study for example what political parties promise in their election manifestos before an election and whether they live up to their promises afterwards. She teaches within the Master’s level in political science.

Read the interview with Elin here

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Marina Nistotskaya

Marina is a Senior Lecturer in political science and she is one of our international teachers. Her research focuses on how the exercise of power – political processes that occur after elections take place – is organized in different societies and the consequences of this for human wellbeing. Marina teaches within our Master’s programmes.

Read the interview with Marina here

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