Wiener, Antje

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WIENER, Antje. German, b. 1960. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: Free University of Berlin, Germany, lecturer in political science, 1990; Stanford University, Stanford, CA, instructor in political science, 1990-91; Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, sessional lecturer, 1991-95; University of Sussex, Brighton, England, human capital and mobility postdoctoral fellow at Sussex European Institute, 1995-97; University of Hanover, Germany, assistant professor of political science, 1997-99; Queen's University, reader 1999-2003, Jean Monnet Chair, 2000-, professor of international relations, 2003-. University of Augsburg, exchange fellow at Institute for Canadian Studies, 1994; European University Institute, Florence, Italy, visiting fellow, 1996, Jean Monnet fellow at Robert Schuman Centre, 1998. Publications: European Citizenship Practice: Building Institutions of a Non-State, 1998. EDITOR: (with W. Reusch) Gender, Class, Ethnicity: Old Conflicts and New Social Movements in Latin America (in German), 1991; (with K. Neunreither) European Integration after Amsterdam: Institutional Dynamics and Prospects for Democracy, 1999; (with T. Christiansen and K.E. Jorgensen) The Social Construction of Europe, 2001; (with T. Diez) European Integration Theory, 2003. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: School of Politics & Intl Studies, Queen's University, 21 University Sq, Belfast BT7 1NN, Northern Ireland. Online address: [email protected]