Postdoctoral awards with New Europe College and Winners 2023-2024

Postdoctoral awards with New Europe College Winners 2023-2024 Szabolcs LÁSZLÓ Academic Year: 2023/ 2024 Field of Study: History Research Program: Mattei Dogan Affiliation: Institute of History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Budapest Position: Research Fellow Country: Hungary Research project: Transcending the Cold War: Transnational Mediators, Professional Communities, and Hungarian-American Exchanges (1960s-1970s) As a New Europe […]

Political Science

Political Science Goal The Mattei Dogan Foundation Prize for Excellence awarded by the International Political Science Association is given to a scientist of high international standing in recognition of his/her contribution to the advancement of the discipline. Recipients Award The prize is awarded at the IAPS World Congress of Political Science. GuillermoO’Donnell   Kellogg Institute […]

European political sociology

Sociologie politique européenne Political sociology is the study of political life using sociological methods, combining theory and empiricism. Recipients It is a branch of sociology that studies political power, public action, public policy, elections and voting, and social movements. It includes the sociology of voting (or electoral sociology). GiovanniSartori   Universités de Florence et de […]


Démographie Sociology Goal This prize is awarded jointly with the International Sociological Association to a sociologist in recognition of his or her work and who enjoys a high international reputation in the sociological community. Recipients Award It is offered every four years on the occasion of the World Congresses of the International Sociological Association. NeilSmelser* […]


Demographics Goal The prize is awarded to a scientist of high international standing for the contribution of his or her work to the interdisciplinary development of population studies and the importance of international comparisons. Recipients Award The prize is awarded to a mid-career researcher to honour work already accomplished and to encourage further research.   […]