Sarah Nicolet




Sarah Nicolet is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science since October 2006.

Her research interests include political behavior, the formation of the vote, the stability and change in political attitudes, the role of political competence and campaigns. Her current research focuses on the influence of European cleavage in national elections and cognitive processes in the formation of public opinion.

She has worked on several research projects led by Prof. Pascal Sciarini in the "Switzerland Tomorrow" priority program of the Swiss National Fund ("The impact of political capital on party choice: A cross-time and cross-regional analysis based on the Swiss Household Panel" "The Swiss decision making system in the era of globalization ").

She received her Ph.D. in political science at the University of Michigan in August 2006. Her thesis analyzed the determinants of partisan choice in elections to the European Parliament and especially the weight of European issues on the ballot.

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Ce cours introduit à la vie et à la pensée du réformateur Jean Calvin (1509-1564) ainsi qu’à son influence sur le monde moderne et contemporain. La démarche proposée se veut critique, il ne s’agit ni de canoniser ni de condamner Calvin, mais de comprendre sa pensée avec toute la distance requise et d’en analyser les enjeux.

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