Professor Philippe Burrin
Professor Philippe Burrin became director of the Graduate Institute of International Studies (HEI) in 2004. Prior to his appointment at HEI, Professor Burrin taught at the University of Geneva from 1985-88, and was appointed Professor of International Relations at HEI in 1988. Professor Burrin earned a PhD fin International Relations from the HEI and his teaching and research interests are in the fields of history of international relations, with a special focus on ideologies, international comparison of political movements and regimes, migrants and refugees, wars and military occupations, as well as mass violence and genocide. Professor Burrin has taught in various academic centres and universities over the last ten years. He is also the author of several books (most of which have been translated), including: Hitler et les Juifs. Genèse d'un génocide (1989); La France à l'heure allemande 1940-1944 (1995); Fascisme, nazisme, autoritarisme (2000); Ressentiment et apocalypse – Essai sur l'antisémitisme nazi (2004).
- Council Member
- Academic Committee member
- Delivered the Europaeum Lecture Strands of Nazi Anti-Semitism at the University of Oxford on May 16th, 2001.
History of international relations, in particular political movements and regimes, migrants and refugees, wars and military occupations, as well as mass violence and genocide.
- Director, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva
- Professor of International History, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva
Limited opportunities at present due to professional workload.
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