A Little About me
I am an assistant professor of international relations at the Department of International Relations and International Organization (IRIO), the University of Groningen. My interest lies in exploring and researching the processes and mechanisms underlying social conflicts and cooperation. In particular, I study the microfoundations of social diversity and conflicts and how different groups of people -- different ethnic, gender, income, and national groups -- can co-exist within a society in an era of globalization and technological advancement. I have received several awards and grants for my research. You can learn more about my research on this website (projects and publications) and my CV.
- Name in Japanese kanji: 田中 世紀
- e: seikitanaka “at-mark” gmail.com or S.Tanaka “at-mark” rug.nl (replace “at-mark”)
- p: +31.(0)625.643.674
- o: 1315.0505, Oude Kijk in 't Jatstraat 26, Groningen, the Netherlands
Academic support hours:
- By appointment