Nicos Trimikliniotis left PRIO in 2012. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.

Nicos Trimikliniotis

Nicos Trimikliniotis is an interdisciplinary scholar working in the fields of law and sociology. He joined PRIO Cyprus Centre as senior research consultant since 2008. He is Assοciate Professor of Law and Sociology at the University of Nicosia. He has researched on ethnic conflict, reconciliation and resolution, constitutional and state and legal theory, integration, multi-culturalism, education, migration, racism, and discrimination and has published several articles, co-authored and co-edited books and journals. He has written many reports as Cypriot national on free movement of workers; integration, migration, discrimination, citizenship and Labour Law.

He is on the editorial board of the journals Translocations and Cyprus Review. He has published several articles in books and journals. He is was editor of a monthly journal “Adventures of Ideas” [Περιπέτειες Ιδεών] published with Politis newspaper, 2006-2009 available from

His latest work include:

· Beyond a Divided Cyprus: A State and Society in Transformation, Palgrave MacMillan, 2012

(co-authored and co-edited with Umut Bozkurt)

· Gauging the Global Cycles of Deviance (with Ari Sitas, Sumangala Damodaran and Wiebke Keim, Palgrave MacMillan 2013)

· Contested Integration, Migration and Societal Transformation: European Dilemmas and Challenges (University of Nicosia Press, 2012)

· Racism, Migration and Trade Unions in a post-tourist society: Towards a New Paradigm for Cyprus (in Greek, forthcoming).

· The Nation-State Dialectic and the State of Exception (in Greek) (Savalas, Athens, 2010)

Doctoral Dissertation (Ph.D. Sociology): The Role of State Processes in the Production and Resolution of ‘Ethnic’ and ‘National’ Conflict: The Case of Cyprus, University of Greenwich, London.

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