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Tomás Cirhan

T. Cirhan
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Tomáš Cirhan is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Political Science.

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Tomáš Cirhan is a PhD candidate in Political Science at the Institute of Political Science. University of Aberdeen graduate, he received a MSc in Globalization with commendation in 2013. His master's dissertation research was a comparative study of differences in integration between Czech and Polish migrants in the United Kingdom, supervised by Dr Christopher Kollmeyer. As a member of department of Sociology, he has been involved in teaching on a Globalization interdisciplinary course as a postgraduate tutor. He holds a BA with honours from Robert Gordon University, where he completed a research focused on standardization in workplaces and application of McDonaldization theory, supervised by Dr Donncha Maroon.

In his present studies, his main research interests are new anti-establishment parties, post-communist party systems and rise of populist politics in central eastern Europe. In his current doctoral research, supervised by Prof. Petr Kopecký and Dr. Maria Spirova, he focuses on explaining success of new Czech anti-establishment party called ANO, adopting a party organizational approach to determine factors responsible for repeated electoral success of this party. In his future studies and career, he aspires to further study post-communist parties and politics.

Curriculum vitae Tomáš Cirhan

  • Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
  • Instituut Politieke Wetenschap

Work address

Pieter de la Court
Wassenaarseweg 52
2333 AK Leiden



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