Fiona Barker

Chercheure associée, Chaire de recherche du Canada en études québécoises et canadiennes
Professeure associé en science politique, Victoria University of Wellington
fiona.barker@vuw.ac.n

Spécialités

Politiques de l’immigration – Nationalisme intra-étatique – Politiques multinationales – Changements institutionnels – Gestion de la diversité ethnique et linguistique.

Situation professionnelle actuelle

Professeure associé en science politique, Victoria University of Wellington

Formation académique

Jean Monnet Post-doctoral Fellow, European University Institute, 2007-2008

PhD – Harvard 2007

MA – Victoria University of Wellington

Prix et distinctions

Jean Monnet Fellowship for post-doctoral research at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, 2007-2008

Selected participant at the Summer Institute for Advanced Studies on “Citizenship and Migration”, workshop organized by Wissenschaftskolleg Berlin and the US National Humanities Center. Sessions in Berlin, June 2007; Stanford University, June 2008.

Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Center for European Studies, Harvard University, 2006-07.

Dissertation Research Grant, Center for European Studies, Harvard University, 2003-04.

Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship, Committee on General Scholarships, Harvard University, 1999-2005.

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) research scholarship for a year of studies at Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz, Germany, 1998-99.

Sir Desmond Todd Memorial Prize for best MA or PhD thesis, School of Political Science and International Relations, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, 1998.

Best MA/PhD Thesis on Electoral Matters, New Zealand Electoral Commission Award, 1997.

Award for Masters Study, Victoria University of Wellington Grant for Masters Study, 1996.

Alan Robinson Memorial Prize for Best Honors’ Essay in Political Science and International Relations, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Deutschkundlicher Stipendium for intensive German language studies at Albert Ludwigs Universität Freiburg, Winter 1995-1996.

Publications

Barker, F. (2006) “Challenging the sub-state nation: Brussels and the development of Flemish migrant incorporation policies”, in Riedl, R., S. Aksartova, and K. Mitchell (eds.) Bridging Disciplines, Spanning the World: Approaches to Inequality, Identity, and Institutions. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, 155-181.

Barker, F., J. Boston, S. Levine, E. McLeay & N. S. Roberts (2001) “An Initial Assessment of the Consequences of MMP in New Zealand”, in Shugart, M. & M. Wattenberg (eds.) Mixed-Member Electoral Systems: The Best of Both Worlds? New York: Oxford University Press, 297-322.

Barker, F. & E. McLeay (2000) “How much change? An analysis of the initial impact of proportional representation on the New Zealand parliamentary party system”, Party Politics 6: 2, 131-154.

Barker, F. & S. Levine (1999) “The Individual Parliamentary Member and Institutional Change: the Changing Role of the New Zealand Member of Parliament”, Journal of Legislative Studies 5: 3-4, 105-130.

Barker, F. (1997) “Negotiating with New Zealand First: A Study of its Coalition Agreements with National and Labour”, in Boston, J., S. Levine, E. McLeay & N. S. Roberts (eds.) (1997) From Campaign to Coalition: The 1996 MMP Election. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 247-273.

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