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About Dr Jason Xidias

Jason is a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at NCH. He completed his undergraduate degree in Political Science and Spanish from West Virginia University, before studying his Master’s in International Relations at Schiller International University, Paris, and a PhD in European Politics at King’s College London.

Following a Visiting Fellowship at the University of California, Berkeley, he has taught European Politics at the New College of the Humanities in London and New York University in Madrid.

 

Qualifications

PhD in European Politics, King’s College London

MA in International Relations, Schiller International University, France

BA in Political Science and Spanish, West Virginia University, USA

 

Professional Affiliations

American Political Science Association

British Political Science Association

International Political Science Association

 

email: jason.xidias@nchlondon.ac.uk

Dr Jason Xidias's Research

Dr Xidias’ primary research focus is British and French politics in comparison, with a particular emphasis on immigration and citizenship. He has presented his work at numerous conferences, including recent events at Cambridge University and the University of California, Berkeley.

He completed a comparative PhD dissertation in 2015 titled Immigration and Citizenship in Post-Colonial Europe: A Comparative Analysis of Britain and France.

In addition, he has published and co-published eighteen books with Routledge. These are readers on some of the most important authors and works in the social sciences.

 

Selected Publications

An Analysis of Antonio Gramsci’s Prison Notebooks, with Fusaro, Lorenzo, Adam Fabry (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of Seyla Benhabib’s The Rights of Others: Aliens, Residents and Citizens, with Ozcelik, Burcu (The Macat Library: London, Routledge)

An Analysis of Thomas Hobbes’ Leviathan, with Kleidosty, Jeremy (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of Martin Luther King’s Why We Can’t Wait? (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of Eric Foner’s Reconstruction: America’s Unfinished Revolution (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of Henry David Thoreau’s Civil Disobedience, with Toth, Mano (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of David Kang’s China Rising, with Dian, Matteo (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of Robert Dahl’s Who Governs, with Noren Nilsson, Astrid (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of Max Weber’s Politics as a Vocation, with Brett, William, Tom McClean (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of David Brion Davis’ The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution, Money, Duncan, and Jason Xidias (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of John Dower’s War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War, with Sánchez, Vincent (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of John Lewis Gaddis’ We Now Know: Rethinking Cold War History, with Gilfillan, Scott (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison’s The Federalist Papers, with Kleidosty, Jeremy (The Macat Library. London:Routledge)

An Analysis of Thomas Paine’s The Rights of Man, with Assis Mariana (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of W.E.B. Du Bois’ The Souls of Black Folk (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of Francis Fukuyama’s The End of History and the Last Man, with Jackson, Ian (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of John C. Calhoun’s Disquisition on Government, with Stockland, Etienne, (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

An Analysis of Benedict Anderson’s Imagined Communities (The Macat Library. London: Routledge)

 

Dr Jason Xidias's Publications

Teaching Appointments

King’s College London: Introduction to Politics; Spain in the World; Citizenship and Exclusion in France.

New College of the Humanities: Politics and Policies of the EU; the EU in the World; the European Union: A Model for Regionalism.

New York University: Spain and the EU; Internship Seminar and Fieldwork; Experiential Learning.

Johns Hopkins University: Introduction to International Relations.

 

Course Development

Developed and enhanced undergraduate courses in Politics at NYU and undergraduate and graduates courses in Politics and International Relations at NCH.

 

Languages Spoken

English, Greek, Spanish and French.