Anđelko Milardović (Ogulin, 1956), is a political scientist, sociologist and professor of political science. He studied political science in Ljubljana and Zagreb. He graduated in 1981 from the Faculty of Political Sciences in Zagreb, where he received his master's degree in philosophical anthropology in 1986. He received his doctorate in 1987 from the Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade, in the field of sociology of politics. He is a full professor with tenure of political science and a scientific advisor. He taught courses Introduction to Political Science, Sociology of Politics, History of Political Ideas, Contemporary Political Ideas and Ideologies, Sociology of Culture, Sociology of Information Society and Cyber-Culture and Political Marketing at the Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb, University of Dubrovnik, University of North, J. J. Strossmayer University and at the High School of Algebra.
In 1987 he was on a study visit to Göttingen, in 1991 to Bonn, in 1994 in Vienna and the same year in Heidelberg at the Institut für Politiwissenschaft with Professor Klaus von Beyme. He is the leader of the international scientific project Globalization of Migration, Anti-Immigrant Parties and Xenophobia in the EU. He founded the publishing house Pan liber where he edited more than seventy titles from the field of political science, the Center for Political Science Research, the Institute for European and Globalization Studies of the scientific portal Demos Migrant.
He has participated in numerous international scientific conferences. Areas of his scientific interest are political theory and philosophy, sociology of politics, culture and migration. Since 2007, he has been systematically researching various dimensions of globalization. He is the author of numerous articles in journals and more than twenty books in political science and social sciences. He is employed at the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies in Zagreb.
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