Andrei S. Markovits
Andrei S. Markovits, born in October 1948 in the West Romanian town of Timisoara as the only child of a Hungarian speaking middle class Jewish couple, is that the Karl W. Deutsch Collegiate Professor of Comparative Politics and German research and also an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor in the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Raised in Vienna and New York City, Markovits attended Columbia University from which he received five degrees. His academic career led him to holding positions on the faculties at Wesleyan University; Boston University; and the University of California in Santa Cruz before assuming his current professorships at the University of Michigan in 1999. Furthermore, Markovits was also a long-time member in the Center for European Studies at Harvard University where he was also a Visiting Professor of Social Studies in 2002-2003. Markovits held guest professorships at universities in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Israel. He has been given many fellowships and has been a part of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University and the Institute for Advanced Study Berlin (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin). His many publications, articles and reviews have appeared in fifteen paragraphs. Markovits's printed scholarship ranges from European politics and labour unions; to European anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism; from the politics of scandal to the Green movement and party in Germany. His latest work has mostly focused on the use of sports (i.e. the fans instead of the athletes) from North America and Europe; also as dog rescue at the ever-changing circumstance of human-animal relations. Markovits was granted an honorary doctorate from the Leuphana University at Lueneburg, Germany. Additonally, the President of the Federal Republic of Germany bestowed on Markovits the Cross of the Order of Merit, First Class, among the highest honors granted by Germany on Germans and foreig
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