Carlo Ruzza

Teaching

In 2019-2020 I will be teaching a module entitled International Cooperation, Development and Security [160021] (with Professor Sara Lorenzini) and in the Spring semester, a module entitled "Advanced European Studies" at the School of International Studies, and an optional BA module entitled "Political Sociology" in the Sociology Department. 

More generally, my teaching interests are in political sociology, social movements, European studies, ethnic relations, ethno-nationalism, policy analysis, environmental sociology and politics.

I hold regular office hours during semester time. If you cannot make my regular consultation time, or if you would like to see me out of semester time, please e-mail me for an appointment.

Doctoral supervision in the following areas:

I welcome applications from doctoral candidates interested in Political Sociology, EU public policies (particularly environmental policy, tourism policy, anti-discrimination policy), organised civil society (public interest groups, advocacy coalitions, NGOs), European social movements, ethnicity and anti-racism, populism, ethno-nationalism, Italian politics, participation, deliberation and the role of civil society in the public sector.