FRANCESCO DUINA ADDRESS 4 Andrews Road

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 January 2016 FRANCESCO DUINA ADDRESS 4 Andrews Road Office: (207) 786-­‐6319 Department of Sociology, Bates College [email protected] Lewiston, ME 04240 (USA)
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EDUCATION 1996 Ph.D., Harvard University, Sociology 1993 M.A., Harvard University, Sociology (with courework in Macro and Micro Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1991 M.A., University of Chicago, Social Sciences 1991 B.A., University of Chicago, Political Science ACADEMIC SPECIALIZATIONS Economic Sociology, International Political Economy, Comparative Regional Integration, Institutionalist Theory, Culture CURRENT ACADEMIC POSITIONS 2011-­‐ Professor, Department of Sociology, Bates College 2015-­‐ Honorary Professor, Department of Sociology, University of British Columbia 2004-­‐ Visiting Professor, Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School (in residence 2007-­‐2008) PAST ACADEMIC POSITIONS 2013-­‐2015 Professor, Department of Sociology, University of British Columbia 2006-­‐2011 Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Bates College 2000-­‐2006 Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Bates College 1998-­‐2000 Lecturer, Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard University ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS 2015-­‐ Chair, Department of Sociology, Bates College 2008-­‐2011 2013-­‐2015 Head, Department of Sociology, University of British Columbia § Led 29 full-­‐time faculty members, 25+ sessionals, and 3.5 unionized office staff § Authority over large departmental budget § Set direction for undergraduate program, including courses offered to ~7,500 students (~600 majors and minors), and graduate program (~50 students) § Authority over workload assignments § Set all departmental committees § Chaired all tenure and promotion committees, and all search committees § Negotiated employment offers, including for tenure-­‐track faculty § Authority over hiring of unionized teaching positions and teaching assistants § Oversaw external departmental communications and international partnerships § Authority over departmental physical space allocation ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS 2014-­‐ Faculty Affiliate, Institute for European Studies, University of British Columbia 2011 Visiting Faculty, International Summer Program, Yonsei University, South Korea AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS 2nd highest (out of 910 instructors) student-­‐ranked instructor in Faculty of Arts for 2014, University of British Columbia Finalist/nominated for Kroepsch Award for Excellence in Teaching (award given to only one faculty member each year), Bates College, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010 American Library Association Award for an Outstanding Academic Book, 2006. Awarded for The Social Construction of Free Trade: The EU, NAFTA, and Mercosur. Princeton University Press Graduate Society Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Harvard University, 1995 3 Awards for Excellence in Teaching (“Justice”, “Third World Urbanization”), Harvard University, 1993-­‐1995 Nominated to the Harvard Society of Fellows, 1992 Graduated from the University of Chicago with General and Departmental Honors, 1991 BOOKS Duina, Francesco. Broke but Patriotic: Why Poor Americans Love Their Country. Under contract with Stanford University Press. Duina, Francesco. 2014. Life Transitions in America. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press. Duina, Francesco. 2011. Winning: Reflections on an American Obsession. Princeton: Princeton University Press. § One of Choice Magazine's Significant University Press Titles for Undergraduates (2010-­‐2011) § Extensive coverage in mainstream news, radio, online, and other venues (see Media Presence below) Duina, Francesco. 2011. Institutions and the Economy. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press. 2
Duina, Francesco. 2006. The Social Construction of Free Trade: The European Union, NAFTA, and Mercosur. Princeton: Princeton University Press. § American Library Association Award for an Outstanding Academic Book (2006) § Reviewed in over 15 academic journals and newsletters § 2009 Chinese translation (China Social Sciences Press) Duina, Francesco. 1999. Harmonizing Europe: Nation States within the Common Market. Albany: State University of New York Press. SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES Morano-­‐Foadi, Sonia and Francesco Duina (guest editors). 2011. Regional Trade Agreements Worldwide: Dynamics and Perspectives. Special issue of European Law Journal 11 (5). ARTICLES Duina, Francesco and Tobias Lenz. 2016. “Regionalism and Diffusion Revisited: From Final Design towards Stages of Decision-­‐Making,” Review of International Studies, doi 10.1017/S0260210515000479 Duina, Francesco. 2015. “Making Sense of the Legal and Judicial Architectures of Regional Trade Agreements Worldwide,” Regulation & Governance, doi 10.1111/rego.12081 Duina, Francesco and Carlo Miani. 2015. “Fitting in the Baltics: National Identity, Minorities, and Compliance with EU Legislation in Lithuania and Latvia.” Comparative European Politics 13 (5): 535-­‐552. Duina, Francesco and Jared Bok. 2014. “Capitalising on Regional Integration: Sub-­‐National Movements and the Rhetorical Leveraging of NAFTA and the EU,” New Political Economy 19 (5): 748-­‐768. Duina, Francesco and Sonia Morano-­‐Foadi. 2011. “The Institutionalization of Regional Trade Agreements Worldwide: New Dynamics and Future Scenarios,” European Law Journal 11 (5): 561-­‐567. Bok, Jared and Francesco Duina. 2011 “Sub-­‐National Movements and the Framing of Regional Trade Agreements: Evidence from the EU and NAFTA,” Social Movement Studies (10) 3: 225-­‐
242. Duina, Francesco and Peter Nedergaard. 2010. “Learning in International Governmental Organizations: The Case of Social Protection,” Global Social Policy 10 (2): 193-­‐217. Duina, Francesco and Jason Buxbaum. 2008. “Regional Trade Agreements and the Pursuit of State Interests: Institutional Perspectives from NAFTA and Mercosur,” Economy and Society 37 (2): 193-­‐223. 3
Duina, Francesco and Tapio Raunio. 2007. “The Open Method of Coordination and National Parliaments: Further Marginalization or New Opportunities?” Journal of European Public Policy 14 (4): 489-­‐506. Duina, Francesco. 2007. “Domestic Actors and Europeanization: Why ‘Fit” Still Matters,” Comparative European Politics 5 (3): 339-­‐341. Duina, Francesco. 2006. “Varieties of Regional Integration: The European Union, NAFTA and Mercosur,” Journal of European Integration 28 (3): 245-­‐275. Duina, Francesco. 2006. “Between Efficiency and Sovereignty: Transnational Actors, the European Union, and the Regulation of Bankruptcy,” Comparative European Politics 4 (1): 1-­‐22. Duina, Francesco and Michael Oliver. 2005. “National Parliaments in the European Union: Are There Any Benefits to Integration?” European Law Journal 11 (2): 173-­‐195. § Reply to commentary to above article: Duina, Francesco and Michael Oliver. 2006. “To the Rescue of National Parliaments: A Reply to Tapio Raunio,” European Law Journal 12 (1): 132-­‐
133. Duina, Francesco. 2004. “Regional Market Building as a Social Process: An Analysis of Cognitive Strategies in NAFTA, the European Union, and Mercosur,” Economy and Society 33 (3): 359-­‐389. Duina, Francesco and Paulette Kurzer. 2004. “Smoke in Your Eyes: The Struggle over Tobacco Control in the European Union,” Journal of European Public Policy 11 (1): 57-­‐77. Duina, Francesco and Nathan Breznau. 2002. “Constructing Common Cultures: The Ontological and Normative Dimensions of Law in the European Union and Mercosur,” European Law Journal 8 (4): 574-­‐595. Duina, Francesco. 2001. “Important but not Pervasive: The Shared Limits of Secondary Law in the Common Markets of Europe and South America,” Current Politics and Economics of Europe 10 (4): 351-­‐379. § Reprinted in European Economic and Political Issues: Volume 7, edited by Frank Columbus. New York: Nova Publishers, 2003. Duina, Francesco. 2001. “Legal Perspectives on EU Enlargement,” Journal of European Public Policy 8 (3): 493-­‐496. Duina, Francesco. 2000. “Gauging the Strength of the Nation-­‐State in the European Union,” Polity XXXIII (3): 455-­‐462. 4
Duina, Francesco and Frank Blithe. 1999. “Nation States and Common Markets: The Institutional Conditions for Acceptance,” Review of International Political Economy 6 (4): 494-­‐530. Duina, Francesco. 1997. “Explaining Legal Implementation in the European Union,” International Journal of the Sociology of Law 25 (July): 155-­‐179. BOOK CHAPTERS Duina, Francesco. 2016. “North America and the Transatlantic Area,” pp. 133-­‐153 in The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism, edited by Tanja A. Börzel, Thomas Risse, and David Levi-­‐Faur. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Duina, Francesco and Jared Bok. 2015. “Sub-­‐National Movements and the Politicization of NAFTA and the EU,” pp. 193-­‐208 in The Legitimacy of Regional Integration in Europe and the Americas, edited by Achim Hurrelmann and Steffen Schneider. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Duina, Francesco. 2015. “Beyond Free Trade: Accounting for Labor and Environmental Governance Principles in NAFTA,” pp. 177-­‐191 in Governance Transfer by Regional Organizations, edited by Tanja A. Börzel and Vera van Hüllen. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Duina, Francesco. 2012. “Trading Blocs in the Twenty-­‐First Century: Complexity and Consequences,” pp. 47-­‐68 in Capitalisms and Capitalism in the Twenty-­‐First Century, edited by Glenn Morgan and Richard Whitley. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Nedergaard, Peter and Francesco Duina. 2011. “The OMC in Comparative Perspective: Learning and Community Building in the OECD and Nordic Council of Ministers,” pp. 177-­‐200 in New Regionalism and the European Union: Dialogues, Comparisons, and New Research Directions, edited by Nick Robinson, Ben Rosamond, and Alex Warleigh-­‐Lack. New York: Routledge. Duina, Francesco. 2010. “Frames, Scripts, and the Making of Regional Trade Agreements,” pp. 93-­‐113 in Constructing the International Economy, edited by Rawi Abdelal, Mark Blyth, and Craig Parsons. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Duina, Francesco. 2008. “Identity Construction in the EU, NAFTA, and Mercosur: Opportunities for Peace and Conflict,” pp. 138-­‐164 in How Identity Constructions Promote Conflict or Peace, edited by Nikki Slocum-­‐Bradley. Aldershot: Asghate. Duina, Francesco 2008. “The Institutionalization of Regional Trade Agreements: Surprise and Stickiness in NAFTA and Mercosur,” pp. 135-­‐154 in Institutions and Politics, edited by John L. Campbell and Peter Nedergaard. Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing. Duina, Francesco. 2003. “National Legislatures in Common Markets: Autonomy in the European Union and Mercosur,” pp. 183-­‐212 in The Nation-­‐State in Question, edited by T. V. Paul, G. John Ikenberry, and John A. Hall. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 5
WORKING PAPERS, REPORTS, AND ENCYCLOPEDIC/MAGAZINE ENTRIES Duina, Francesco. 2014. “Governance Transfer in the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement,” A B2 Case Study Report. SFP-­‐Governance Working Paper Series, No. 46, Collaborative Research Center (SFB) 700. Freie Universität Berlin. Duina, Francesco. 2012. “Euro,” in Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization, edited by George Ritzer. Oxford: Wiley-­‐Blackwell. Duina, Francesco. 2011. “NAFTA,” Report for Governance Export by Regional Organizations SFB 700 Project at the Center for European Integration, Freie Universität Berlin, October. Duina, Francesco. 2006. “The City on the Hill: The Latin Americanization of Europe and the Lost Competition to the USA,” Arno Tausch,” Bridges June, Vol. 10. Duina, Francesco. 1993. “Aristotle and Capitalism: Is there a Connection?” Point of Reference: A Journal of Hellenic Thought and Culture 1 (2): 18-­‐25. Duina, Francesco. 1993. “Theory and Recent Experience in Decentralization: Implications for Development Agencies,” Working Paper, United Nations Development Program, August. BOOK REVIEWS Duina, Francesco. Forthcoming. “European Integration, Processes of Change and the National Experience, Stefanie Börner and Monika Eigmüller,” International Journal of Comparative Sociology. Duina, Francesco. 2015 . “Latin American Unification: A History of Political and Economic Integration Efforts, Salvador Rivera,” Bulletin of Latin American Research, doi:10.1111/blar.12379 Duina, Francesco. 2015. “Boom, Bust and Crisis: Labour, Corporate Power and Politics in Canada, edited by John Peters,” Contemporary Sociology 44 (3): 399-­‐401. Duina, Francesco. 2014. “Global Turning Points: Understanding the Challenges for Business in the 21st Century, Mauro F. Guillén and Emilio Ontiveros,” Administrative Science Quarterly 59 (3): NP20-­‐22. Duina, Francesco. 2008. “The Global and the Local: Understanding the Dialectics of Business Systems, Arndt Sorge,” American Journal of Sociology 114 (1): 276-­‐278. Duina, Francesco. 2008. “Negotiating Trade: Developing Countries in the WTO and NAFTA, John S. Odell,” Perspectives on Politics 6 (2): 426-­‐427. 6
Duina, Francesco. 2008. “National Parliaments and European Democracy: A Bottom-­‐up Approach to European Constitutionalism, Olaf Tans, Carla Zoethout, and Jit Peters,” European Journal of International Law 19 (2): 454. Duina, Francesco. 2007. “The Taylorized Beauty of the Mechanical: Scientific Management and the Rise of Modernist Architecture, Mauro Guillén,” Social Forces 86 (1): 357-­‐358. Duina, Francesco. 2006. “The City on the Hill: The Latin Americanization of Europe and the Lost Competition to the USA,” Arno Tausch,” Bridges June, Vol. 10. Duina, Francesco. 2006. “Europe: A Civilian Power? European Union, Global Governance, World Order, Mario Teló,” Journal of Common Market Studies 44 (3): 664-­‐664. Duina, Francesco. 2006. “New State Spaces: Urban Governance and the Rescaling of Statehood, Neil Brenner,” Contemporary Sociology 35 (1): 56-­‐57. Duina, Francesco. 2004. “Globalization and European Integration, Arno Tausch and Peter Herrmann,” Journal of Common Market Studies 42 (2): 440-­‐441. Duina, Francesco. 2002. “From the Nation State to Europe? Anand Menon and Vincent Wright, Rethinking Europe’s Future, David P. Calleo,” American Political Science Review 96 (3): 687-­‐91. Duina, Francesco. 2001. “Political Will and Personal Belief: The Decline and Fall of Soviet Communism, Paul Hollander,” Social Forces 79 (3): 1196-­‐1999. Duina, Francesco. 2000. “The State and Identity Construction in International Relations, Sarah Owen Vanderluis (ed.),” International Affairs 76 (4): 840-­‐841. Duina, Francesco. 2000. “Nations without States: Political Communities in a Global Age, Montserrat Guibernau,” American Journal of Sociology 106 (1): 244-­‐245. Duina, Francesco. 2000 “Where Was the Working Class? Revolution in Eastern Germany, Linda Fuller,” Social Forces 78 (3): 1183-­‐84. Duina, Francesco. 2000. “The Nation-­‐State and Global Order, Walter C. Opello, Jr. and Stephen J. Rosow, International Society and the De Facto Nation-­‐State, Scott Pegg,” International Affairs, January 76 (1): 145-­‐146. Duina, Francesco. 1996. “Development Partners: Aid and Cooperation in the 1990s, Ismail Serageldin,” Journal of Modern African Studies 34: 364-­‐366. 7
Duina, Francesco. 1995.”Equality in Law Between Men and Women, Michel Verwilghen and Ferdinand von Prondzynski (eds.),” book note in European Journal of International Law 6 (4): 628. SERVICE TO THE DISCIPLINE Advisory Editorial Board Member, Economy and Society, 2008-­‐present. Advisory Editorial Board Member, Versita Open Access Books in Sociology, 2012-­‐present. Editorial Board Member, Journal of European Public Policy, 2010-­‐2015. Ad-­‐hoc referee, American Journal of Sociology (2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2013), American Sociological Review (2004, 2007, 2013), Comparative European Politics (2005), Energy Research & Social Science (2014), Geopolitics (2008), European Journal of Political Research (2010), Journal of Common Market Studies (2015, 2011), Journal of European Public Policy (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010), Law and Society Review (2008), Publius (2008), Review of International Political Economy (2008, 2009, 2010), Sociological Forum (2005, 2007), Sociological Theory (2014), Bloomsbury Press (2014), Edward Elgar (2013), Palgrave Publishers (2009), Routledge Press (2004, 2015, 2016), Princeton University Press (2005, 2013), Polity Press (2007, 2009, 2013). External Institutional Service: § Elected Council Member of Culture Section, American Sociological Association, 2013-­‐2016. § European Union Studies Association Book Prize Committee Member, 2014-­‐2015. § Referee for Promotions to Associate or Full Professor (all in Sociology unless noted): • Queens College, CUNY, 2015; McGill University, 2014; Southern Methodist University, 2014; Colby College, 2014; George Mason University (Public and International Affairs), 2013; University of Melbourne, 2009; Washington and Lee University, 2009. § External Reviewer for Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Sociology, McGill University, Canada, 2013. § Reviewer for Post-­‐Doctoral Application to Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg, 2011. § Mercosur law expert for Nova Southeastern University (Shepard Broad Law Center's International Citator Manual), USA, 2009. § Grant Evaluator, Danish Social Science Research Council, 2008. § Grant Evaluator, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2006. § Member, Grant Awards Committee, German Marshall Fund of the United States, 2001. SERVICE TO THE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY At the University of British Columbia: § Head, Department of Sociology, 2013-­‐2015. § Member, AnSo Building Safety Committee, 2013-­‐2015. 8
§ Member, Associate Dean of Student Success Search Advisory Committee, Faculty of Arts, 2014. § Graduate Student Advising: • Angele Beausoleil (Interdisciplinary Studies), Doctoral Dissertation Committee Member, 2015-­‐. • Marlee McGuire (Anthropology), Doctoral Dissertation Committee Member, 2014-­‐. • Andrew Patterson (Sociology), Doctoral Dissertation Committee Member, 2014. Political Regimes and Health: Competing Explanations. At Bates College: § Member, Watson Committee, 2008-­‐2010, 2015-­‐ § Member, Student Conduct Board Pool, 2015-­‐ § Member, Personnel Committee, 2012-­‐2013. § Member, European Studies Program Committee, 2012-­‐2013. § Member, Senior Staff Advisory Team, 2011. § Member, Sub-­‐Committee (of Educational Policy Committee) assessing proposed European Studies Major, 2011. § Member, Committee on Faculty Governance, 2010-­‐2012. § Chair, Department of Sociology, 2008-­‐2011. § Member, Evaluation of Teaching Committee, 2008-­‐2010. § Chair, College Concert Committee, 2001-­‐2003, 2004-­‐2007. § Member, Faculty Scholarship Committee, 2004-­‐2007. § Member, Presidential and Institutional Committee, 2001-­‐2003. § Member, Search Committees for the Departments of Economics, Psychology, History, and Sociology, and for the Director of Affirmative Action and Institutional Planning, 2001-­‐2006. MEDIA PRESENCE Media appearances/mentions: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (2014), News 1130 (Vancouver) (January 2014), Global News: BC1 TV (2013), Maine Public Broadcasting Network (2012), Contexts (2011), TheStreet.com TV (2010), American Journal of Transportation (2010), Portland Press Herald (2007, 2004, 2003), NewsWeekly.com.au (2005), Lewiston Sun Journal (2004). Media coverage of Winning: Reflections on an American Obsession (Princeton University Press 2011): § WAMC Northeast Public Radio – Academic Minute (2012): http://wamc.org/post/dr-­‐
francesco-­‐duina-­‐bates-­‐college § WNPR Connecticut Public Radio – Where We Live (entire episode) (2012): http://wnpr.org/post/winning § Newspaper/Magazine: Portland Press Herald (2010), Lewiston Sun Journal (2010), Maine Sunday Telegram (2010), University of Chicago Magazine (2010) The Herald Gazette (ME) (2011), Ledyard Patch (CT) (2011) Christian Science Monitor (2011), Yahoo! News (2011), MSNBC.com (2011), LiveScience.com (2011), Psychology Today (2012), New York Magazine (2013), Il Sole 24 Ore (2014), Pacific Standard (2015). 9
§ Blogs/Podcasts: The Page 99 Test (2010), PsychCritiques Blog (2011), The Conversation (2012), imdb.com (2013), vulture.com (2013), theguardian.com (2013), insidenu.com (2015) Extended Interviews on Winning: Reflections on an American Obsession: Princeton University Press 2011): § New Books in Sociology (podcast) (2011): http://newbooksinsociology.com/2011/04/17/francesco-­‐duinas-­‐winning-­‐reflections-­‐on-­‐an-­‐
american-­‐obsession-­‐princeton-­‐university-­‐press-­‐2010/ § The Society Pages (podcast) (2011): http://thesocietypages.org/officehours/2011/01/28/francesco-­‐duina-­‐on-­‐winning/ FUNDING Grants: Bates College Roger C. Schmutz Faculty Research Grant & President's Discretionary Fund Grant, 2015-­‐2016. Grant: Bates College Summer Research Apprenticeship (for undergraduate research assistance), 2012. Grant: Bates College Summer Research Apprenticeship (for undergraduate research assistance), 2010. Grant: Mellon Foundation Faculty Innovation Fund for an innovative project on the Bates campus (“The Nation State in a Global World”), 2009-­‐2010. Grant: Bates College Roger C. Schmutz Faculty Research Fund and Faculty Scholarship Fund, 2009-­‐2010. Grant: Bates Summer Research Apprenticeship (for undergraduate research assistance), 2009. Grant: Bates College Roger C. Schmutz Faculty Research Grant, 2005. Grant: Bates College Summer Research Apprenticeship (for undergraduate research assistance), 2005. Grant: Bates College Faculty Development Fund, 2003-­‐2004. Grant: Bates College Research Fund, 2000-­‐2002. Grant: Bates College Ladd Library Collection Development Fund (with Lynne Lewis and Margaret Maurer-­‐Fazio), 2001. Fellowship: Harvard Graduate Society Dissertation Completion Fellowship, 1995-­‐1996. Grant: Center for International Affairs (Harvard University) for research on the European Union in Brussels, 1996. Grant: Westengard Foundation for research in Europe, 1995. Grant: Center for European Studies (Harvard University) and Krupp Foundation for research in Europe, 1995. Grant: Center for International Affairs (Harvard University) for research on the European Union in Brussels, 1994. Grant: Center for European Studies (Harvard University) and Krupp Foundation for research in Europe, 1994. Fellowship: Leopold Schepp Foundation, 1992-­‐1994. Fellowship: Harvard University Fellowship, 1991-­‐1993. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS & CONFERENCE ROLES 10
Readings and talks on Winning: Reflections on an American Obsession (since 2010): Borders Bookstore (South Portland, Maine), Charles M. Bailey Public Library (Maine), University of Southern Maine (Portland, Maine), Prince Memorial Library (Cumberland, Maine), Colby College (Waterville, Maine), Waldoboro Public Library (Maine), Maine Medical Center – Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital (Portland, Maine); Harrison Village Library (Maine); Washington and Lee University (Lexington, Virginia). Invited lectures, presentations, and conference roles: § Organizer of the Sociology of Culture Section Roundtables, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, August 2016. § Speaker at Current Affairs Debating Society, West Vancouver, BC (Canada), June 2015. § Panelist at Spring 2015 Alumni Career Panel, Department of Sociology, Harvard University, April 2015. § Presenter at conference on Comparative Regionalism: Towards a New Research Agenda, “North America and the Transatlantic Area,” at Freie Universität Berlin, December 2013 and 2014. § Keynote lecture at workshop on The Legitimacy of Regional Integration in Europe and the Americas: Empirical and Comparative Perspectives, Ludiwh-­‐Maximilians Universität, “The View from the Bottom. Or, on the Promises of Studying Legitimacy in Comparative Regionalism,” Munich, Germany, July 2013. § Lecture at the University of British Columbia, Law and Society at Green College, “The Legal and Judicial Architectures of Regional Trade Agreements Worldwide: A Sociological-­‐
Institutionalist Perspective,” Vancouver, Canada, March 2014. § Speaker at Liberty International Inc.’s seminar on international trade, “Sourcing and HR in China: Trends, Challenges, and Incentives,” Providence, RI, November 2012. § Lecture at Boston University, “Frames, Scripts, and the Making of Regional Trade Agreements Worldwide,” October 2012. § Moderator, International Conference in Honor of John L. Campbell, Copenhagen Business School, April 2012. § Lecture at McGill University, Department of Sociology, “Frames, Scripts, and the Making of Regional Trade Agreements Worldwide,” February 2012. § Lecture at Ministère des Relations Internationales (Québec) & Université Laval, Centre d'Études Interaméricaines, “Frames, Scripts, and Regional Integration in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas,” Quebec City, November 2011. § Keynote Speaker for Bates College’s Convocation, “Some Thoughts on Words and Time,” Lewiston, ME, September 2011. § Speaker at Private Label Manufacturers’ Association webinar on “Retailing in China: Opportunities for Private Label,” June 2011. § Speaker at Maine International Trade Day, “China’s Tier II Cities: Understanding Opportunities & Challenges,” South Portland, ME, May 2011. § Speaker at Agrion’s global webinar on “China Renewable Energy Ecosystem”, April 2011. § Speaker at Liberty International Inc.’s seminar on international trade, “China’s Emerging Tier 2 Cities,” Norton, MA, February 2011. § Speaker at Cape Elizabeth-­‐South Portland Rotary Club (ME), “EU-­‐China Relations and Their Implications for the United States,” January 2011. 11
§ Speaker at World Affairs Council of Maine, “EU-­‐China Relations and Their Implications for the United States,” Portland, ME, October 2010. § Speaker at Coalition of New England Companies for Trade’s 14th Annual Northeast Trade & Transportation Conference, Panel on New Trends in Overseas Sourcing, Newport, RI, March 2010. § Participant at Colorado European Union Center of Excellence (CEUCE), University of Colorado at Boulder, workshop on “The European Union, the United States and the New Regionalism,” August 2009. § Organizer of the Comparative Sociology Session, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Boston, August 2008. § Discussant, Seminar at Department of International Economics and Management Seminar, Copenhagen Business School: “Scenes from a Mall: Retail Training and the Future of Coordination,” by Jette Knudsen. May 2008. § Jean Monnet Lecture at Copenhagen Business School, “Harmonizing Europe: European Law in Practice,” April 2008. § Lecture at the University of Copenhagen, “Sociological Perspectives on the Wealth of Countries,” November 2007. § Chair, Panel on European Employment Policy – Open Method of Coordination, 15th International Conference of Europeanists (Council for European Studies, Columbia University), Chicago, April 2006. § Panel Organizer (with Vivien Schmidt, Boston University) on The Europeanization of National Institutions: Parliaments, Courts, and Politics, American Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, September 2004. § Participant at John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding (Dartmouth College), Conference on “The State of Denmark”, Hanover, NH, January 2004. § Speaker at Mid-­‐Coast Forum on Foreign Relations, “From Economic to Political Giant: The European Union in the 21st Century,” Rockport, ME, March 2003. § Speaker at the Third European Business Conference, Panel on EU Expansion and Integration, Harvard Business School, Boston, November 2002. § Co-­‐Organizer of Conference entitled New Approaches to the European Union: the European Union and the Transformation of European Politics, Harvard University Center for European Studies, 1995. Paper presentations at following conferences and workshops: § American Sociological Association, San Francisco, August 2014. § Canadian Sociological Association Congress, Toronto, May 2014. § European Community Studies Association-­‐Canada, Montreal, May 2014. § International Studies Association Annual Convention, Toronto, March 2014. § International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, April 2013. § 19th International Conference of Europeanists (Council for European Studies, Columbia University), Boston, March 2012. § Governance Export by Regional Organizations, Freie Universität Berlin, December 2011 and December 2010. § European Union Studies Association Conference, Boston, March 2011. § Diffusion of Regional Integration, Freie Universität Berlin, December 2010. 12
§ Governance Export by Regional Organizations, Freie Universität Berlin, December 2010. § American Sociological Association Conference, Atlanta, August 2010. § American Sociological Association Conference, Boston, August 2008. § European Union Studies Association Conference, Montreal, May 2007. § Borders of the Mind: How Identity Constructions Promote Conflict or Peace, United Nations University, Brugges, Belgium, November 2006. § 15th International Conference of Europeanists (Council for European Studies, Columbia University), Chicago, April 2006. § American Sociological Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA, August 2005. § European Union Studies Association Conference, Austin, TX, March 2005. § 14th International Conference of Europeanists (Council for European Studies, Columbia University), Chicago, March 2004. § European Union Studies Association Conference, Nashville, TN, March 2003. § American Sociological Association Conference, Chicago, August 2002. § Society for the Advancement of Socio-­‐Economics Annual Conference, University of Minnesota-­‐Minneapolis, June 2002. § 13th International Conference of Europeanists (Council for European Studies, Columbia University), Chicago, March 2002. § Regionalism and Regionalization in World Society, University of Bielefeld, Germany, November-­‐December 2001. § World Society and Nation States, Scandinavian Consortium for Organizational Research, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, June 2001. § European Community Studies Association Conference, University of Wisconsin-­‐Madison, May 2001. § What Can States Do Now? University of Pennsylvania-­‐Philadelphia (Christopher H. Brown Center for International Politics) and McGill University Conference, Philadelphia and Montreal, Canada, May and November 2000. § American Sociological Association Conference, Washington DC, August, 2000. § American Sociological Association Conference, Chicago, August, 1999. § American Sociological Association Conference, New York, August, 1996. § Eastern Sociological Society Conference, Boston, March 1996. § New Approaches to European Studies, Center for European Studies, Harvard University, December 1995. § American Sociological Association Conference, Washington DC, August, 1995. TEACHING University of British Columbia – Department of Sociology: Economic Sociology. Bates College – Department of Sociology: Economic Sociology, Comparative Sociology, Sociological Theory, Globalization, European Integration, Sociology of Competition, Political Sociology, The Good Society. Harvard University – Committee on Degrees in Social Studies: The Global Economy and the Nation State, the European Union and the Nation State. 13
CONSULTING 2009-­‐2013 Director for North America, The JLJ Group, Cambridge, MA 1998-­‐2008 Editor, The Monitor Group (Knowledge Management Unit), Cambridge, MA 1996-­‐1998 Management Consultant, The Monitor Group, Cambridge, MA OTHER Intern, United Nations Capital Development Fund, New York, NY, 1993. Tutor and Senior Common Room Member at Cabot House, Harvard University, 1996-­‐1997. President, Mill Ridge Road Homeowners Association, Cumberland, ME, 2001-­‐2003, 2005-­‐2006. Trustee, 77-­‐79 Martin Street, Cambridge, MA, 1999-­‐2000. Fluent in Italian and Spanish, basic knowledge of French. 14
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