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Esther van Leeuwen
Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
Nationalism, Ethnic Conflict and Development (MSc)
Investigate why and how people mobilise around group identities, as well as the institutional arrangements for resolving or reducing ethnic conflict.
Peace Mediators as Norm Entrepreneurs: The EU's Norm Diffusion Strategy in Montenegro's Referendum on Independence
On a referendum held on May 21, 2006, 55.5% of voters in Montenegro voted in favor of their country’s independence. While in numerical terms the outcome shows overwhelming support for independent Montenegro, from a normative standpoint it was a narrow win. The normative framework that regulated rules…
Identity, Ethnicity and Political Community
This research cluster is a part of the Institute of Political Science’s research programme ‘Institutions, Decisions and Collective Behaviour’. Its members study phenomena such as migration, immigration, citizenship, integration, ethnic parties, minority and caste-based politics, borders and migration,…
Politics is about the authorised allocation of values: who gets what, when and how much? This question is relevant at many different levels, in many different places and in very different ways.
Reconciling conflicting interests
If a society is to be secure, sustainable and resilient, conflicting interests must be reconciled. Researchers at Leiden University study the behaviour of individuals, groups and states in relation to this issue, and use their knowledge to promote equality within and between communities.
European regionalisms in the long 20th century (1890-2015)
Consistent definitions matter! Problematising the ‘heritage’ labels in bilingualism research
Lecture, Sociolinguistics Series