Dr Quincy R. CLOET completed his DPhil at the International Politics Department of the University of Aberystwyth in Wales. He worked as a part-time teacher and module convenor for the Department, as well as a Associated Researcher with the College of Europe (Natolin Campus). He also holds a Master in History and a Master of Business Economics (both Leuven University) as well as a Master of European Studies (College of Europe). He has previously published book-chapters and one monograph, and presented conference papers in the fields of international history and European Studies. His DPhil project was on the League of Nations and its usage of inquiry commissions in an imperial internationalist context.
In 2019 he was awarded the Arenberg European Prize.
Areas of interest and research:
* History of international organisation
* Central and Eastern Europe
* Knowledge production, inquiry and expertise in international politics
Visiting lecturer, Collegium Civitas
Part-time seminar teacher, Aberystwyth University
Research assistant, College of Europe
Abersytwyth University, DPhil International Politics
College of Europe, MA European Studies
Leuven University, MA History
Breaking Empires, Making Nations?: The First World War and the Reforging of Europe, College of Europe
Two sides to every story(teller): competition, continuity and change in narratives of European integration, Journal of Contemporary European Studies