Johannes Müller Gómez

Université de Montréal (co-tutelle)

Johannes Müller Gómez is a doctoral researcher at the Ludwig Maximilians Universität Munich and the Université de Montréal (co-tutelle). His research centres on the functioning of multi-level systems and comparative federalism with special focus on EU, German and Canadian politics as well as climate action. He further is programme director and board member of the Cologne Monnet Association for EU Studies (COMOS), co-president of the Young Researchers Network within the European Community Studies Association Canada (ECSA-C) and director of the Jean Monnet project DAFEUS. Johannes studied political science, Latin American studies and energy economics at the universities of Cologne, Montréal, Guadalajara and Liège as well as at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.


Sabrina Paillé

York University

Sabrina Paillé is a PhD student in sociology at York University (Toronto, Canada), where she is also pursuing a Graduate Diploma Program in German and European Studies. In 2018, she was a Visiting Student in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. Her research focuses on nationalism, right-wing populist movements and anti-immigration reactions in contemporary Europe. Sabrina is co-president of the European Community Studies Association – Canada’s Young Researchers Network and an associate student at the Jean Monnet Centre Montreal.




Johannes Müller Gomez (Université de Montréal)

Sabrina Paillé (York University)

Pablo Ouziel (University of Victoria)



Ahmed Hamila (Université de Montréal)

Board members

Shannon Dinan (Université de Montréal)

Brad Cranwell (University of Victoria)



Ahmed Hamila (Université de Montréal)

Board members

Anthony Imbrogno (McGill University)

Dunja Apostolov-Dimitijevic (Carleton University)

Harry Nedelcu (Carleton University)


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