PhD: Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, Political Science (1993)
MA: Institut d'Edudes Politiques de Paris, Political Science (1985)
MA: Institut d'Edudes Politiques de Paris, Contemporary History (1986)
MA: Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, Political Science (1984)
Professor Ariane Chebel d’Appollonia, educated at Sciences Po (Ph.D., HDR), is Professor at the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) at Rutgers - State University of New Jersey. She is also Senior Researcher affiliated to the CEVIPOF (Center for Political Research, Sciences Po Paris). Her research focuses on the politics of immigration and anti-discrimination, security issues, racism and xenophobia, extreme-right wing movements, immigrant integration, urban racism, and European policies. She has taught at universities both in France (Paris III-Sorbonne, and the Columbia University and the University of Chicago Programs in Paris) and in the U.S. (New York University, University of Pittsburgh). Professor Chebel d’Appollonia was selected as the Buffet Chair Professor at Northwestern University (2005) and was visiting fellow at the Ford Institute for Human Security (2004-2006) and at the European Center of Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh. Furthermore, she was awarded the EU-US Fulbright scholar in 2006. She published six books, and contributed to twenty-four edited books. She co-edited two books with Simon Reich entitled Immigration, Integration and Security: America and Europe in Comparative Perspective (2008) and Managing Ethnic Diversity After 9/11: Internal Security and Civil Liberties in Transatlantic Perspective (2010). Her recent publications include Les Frontières du Racisme (Presses de Sciences Po, 2011); Frontiers of Fears: Immigration and Insecurity in the United States and Europe (Cornell University Press, 2012); and How Does it Feel to Be a Treat? Migrant Mobilization and Securitization in the U.S. and Europe (Palgrave Macmillan, NYU Series, 2015). She is currently co-directing a transatlantic research project on “Migrant and Minority Mobilization US-UK” funded by the IDEX- Université Paris Sorbonne Cité (UPSC).