Author Archives: heidimaurer

Interview in Slovakian newspaper Pravda: Why EU-UK debate is toxic

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CEU excellence in teaching award nomination – pls endorse

Dear colleagues and (former) students, please consider endorsing my excellence in teaching and active learning promotion. Deadline is 31 March 2019.

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Never take it for granted: Making innovation and active learning work. A guest blog post

This guest blog post appeared on 1 February on Active Learning in Political Science. It is part of a series linked to the publication of G. Pleschova & A. Simon (eds.)┬áLearning to teach in central Europe: Reflections from early career … Continue reading

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Interview on BBCRadioLondon, 25 January 2019

why #Brexit negotiations are not about winning or losing. Why no-deal is no divorce but just running off and why taking no-deal off the table is no “win for the EU”: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06w5s16#play (from 2:17:35 onwards) a cut version is available … Continue reading

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just published: The quest for throughput legitimacy: the EEAS, EU delegations and the contested structures of European diplomacy

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Impulsvortrag “Wozu Innovative Lehrmethoden?”

Eine Zusammenfassung meines Vortrag ist hier zu finden: wozu innovative lehrmethoden_heidimaurer_zusammenfassung  

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Brexit and the future of the EU-UK special relationship

On 3 December 2018, we discussed Brexit and the future of the EU-UK special relationship in a NORTIA practitioner-academic event, organised by our colleagues from KU Leuven.

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Trust and changing political culture in Europe

Commentary for Latvian newspaper project “DELFI” in celebration of Latvia’s Centenary

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How does good teaching advance careers in political science?

Report from the 2019 ECPR roundtable, which I organised and chaired Many of us care about teaching. We invest in developing good courses, staying up to date with innovative teaching methods, and redesigning course materials to reflect new scholarly research.

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Has the EU been a success?

My contribution to the BBC History Magazine Issue 12

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