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Dr Elizabeth Monaghan

Lecturer/ Graduate Research Director

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • Department of Politics

Summary

Elizabeth joined the University as a politics lecturer in 2008 and is Deputy Director of the Centre for European Union Studies (CEUS). She has also been a lecturer for the Hansard Society Scholars programme since 2010 and is now a visiting fellow and member of the society's academic governance board. Elizabeth was previously a teaching fellow at the University of Nottingham where she had completed her PhD. She is a frequent media contributor on the European Union and Brexit, writes for The Conversation, and is regularly involved in outreach with community groups, schools and business.

Undergraduate

Undergraduate - Understanding the European Union - Paths of Research - EU: Politics and Policy - Introduction to Comparative Politics - Introduction to International Relations Postgraduate - Power and the State - Approaches to Research - MA Dissertation

Book Chapter

A nascent transnational civil society

Monaghan, E. (2012). A nascent transnational civil society. In J. Hayward, & R. Wurzel (Eds.), European disunion: between sovereignty and solidarity, 32 - 47. Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/9781137271358

Journal Article

Public Debate on the Future of the European Union: A Viable Legitimising Strategy"

Hoffmann, L., & Monaghan, E. (2011). Public Debate on the Future of the European Union: A Viable Legitimising Strategy?. Politics, 31(3), 140 - 147. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9256.2011.01413.x

Climate change, the green economy and reimagining the city: the case of structurally disadvantaged European maritime port cities

Jonas, A. E. G., Wurzel, R. K., Monaghan, E., & Osthorst, W. (2017). Climate change, the green economy and reimagining the city: the case of structurally disadvantaged European maritime port cities. Die Erde : Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin, 148(4), 197-211. https://doi.org/10.12854/erde-148-49

Assessing participation and democracy in the EU: the case of the European Citizens' Initiative

Monaghan, E. (2012). Assessing participation and democracy in the EU: the case of the European Citizens' Initiative. Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 13(3), 285-298. https://doi.org/10.1080/15705854.2012.702573

Public debate on the future of the European Union : a viable legitimising strategy"

Hoffmann, L., & Monaghan, E. (2011). Public debate on the future of the European Union : a viable legitimising strategy?. Politics, 31(3), 140-147. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9256.2011.01413.x

Postgraduate supervision

As Graduate Research Director, Elizabeth works to support and enhance the research experience of PhD students in the school. She is also an experienced and effective PhD supervisor who welcomes expressions of interest from prospective students in the following areas. - European Union politics - Democracy and legitimacy in Europe and in comparative perspective - Civil society - Citizen activism Completed PhDs - Stephanie McLeod,Why does the OECD exist? A qualitative study into the added value of the organisation (2017) - Mihalis Ragkousis, The Open Method of Coordination on Social Inclusion: Analysing the Participation of British and Greek Stakeholders and its Impact on their Expectations, Political Activities and Loyalties (2013) - Sarah Hoffmann, The Creation of the European Environment Agency and its Impact on National Administrations in Germany, France and Britain (2010) Current PhD supervisions - Ioannis Zisis, Reshaping Democracy or Branding Political Images? A Study on Online Political Participation and its Consequences for European Representation - Sabrina Lusby