EJPR announces two new editorial team members


Emiliano Grossman LIEPP-Sciences PoThe European Journal of Political Research, published by the ECPR in association with Wiley-Blackwell, is welcoming two new Editors to the fold.

Emiliano Grossman holds degrees from Sciences Po and the University of Cambridge. He has been a senior research fellow at Sciences Po since 2003, and now works at the Centre d'études européennes (CEE), where he is Associate Professor, and co-convenor of the Master’s Programme in European Affairs, teaching courses on EU politics, interest-group politics and comparative politics.

Emiliano is co-editor, with Robert Elgie and Amy Mazur, of the Oxford Handbook of French Politics, and earlier this year he published Pourquoi détestons-nous autant nos politiques? (Les Presses Sciences Po) with co-author Nicolas Sauger.

Speaking about his appointment, Emiliano told us, 'I am honoured and exicted to take up the editorship of one of the discipline's leading journals. I'm looking forward to working with a great editorial team to further the contribution of political science to societal debates'.

Emiliano is also a regular contributor to the French-language blog Slowpolitix


Sofia VasilopoulouJoining the EJPR team in August 2018 is Sofia Vasilopoulou, Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of York. Sofia holds a PhD in Politics from the London School of Economics, and prior to her current role, was a Fellow in Comparative Political Analysis in the School of Public Policy, University College London, and a Teaching Associate in Politics at Aston University.

Her research interests are in European Union politics, comparative European politics, political behaviour, and party politics with a regional focus on Europe. Her work examines political dissatisfaction with democracy and democratic institutions across Europe, with a focus on Euroscepticism and extremism. She currently leads the ESRC Future Leaders Project Euroscepticism.

Sofia's work has appeared in the EJPR itself, and in journals including Government and Opposition, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of European Public Policy, Nations and Nationalism, South European Society and Politics. With Daphne Halikiopoulou, she co-authored The Golden Dawn's Nationalist Solution: Explaining the rise of the far right in Greece (Palgrave Macmillan 2015).

She is convenor of the ECPR Standing Group on Political Parties and in 2008 was awarded the Peter Mair Party Politics Prize for best paper delivered at the 2008 annual ECPR Summer School on Parties and Party Systems.



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