Dr Thomas Conzelmann (T.)
Global Governance, Peer Reviews, Corporate Social Responsibility, International Organizations, EU External Policy
Thomas Conzelmann is Professor of International Relations at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASoS), Maastricht University, and currently serves as Associate Dean of Research at FASoS. Thomas is principal investigator of a comparative research project on peer reviews among states, funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Click 'research' on the left for further details.
Before coming to Maastricht, Thomas held positions at the University of Darmstadt (2001-2007), at the Mannheim Center for European Social Research (MZES, 2000-2001) and the University of Mannheim (1995-2000), where he also completed his PhD (magna cum laude). During his doctoral studies he spent a year as Visiting Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science and at the University of Birmingham. After studies at Berlin (FU), the Victoria University of Manchester and the University of Heidelberg, he obtained a MA degree in Political Science (major) and Public Law / History (minors) from the University of Heidelberg (with highest distinctions).
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Professional career history
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- Full Professor of International Relations March 2013 – date
- Associate Dean for Research, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences: January 2018 – date and September 2009 – September 2013
- Director of Studies, Research Master (MSc) European Studies: June 2016 – December 2017
- Co-director, Centre for European Research in Maastricht (CERiM): February 2015 – September 2016
- Director of the FASoS Graduate School: September 2009 – September 2011
- Associate Professor of International Relations and EU External Relations: September 2007 – February 2013
Darmstadt University of Technology: Assistant Professor of International Relations: October 2001 – August 2007
Mannheim Centre for European Social Research: Postdoctoral Researcher: April 2000 – September 2001
- PhD (magna cum laude, November 2002)
- PhD Researcher and Lecturer: February 1995 – March 2000
- Master of Arts (MA) (with highest distinctions); Major: Political Science; Minors: Medieval and Contemporary History, Public Law
- Studies at Heidelberg University (1988-1990; 1992-1994); Free University Berlin (1990-1991); Manchester University, UK (1991-1992)