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Cátedra Jean Monnet

Seminários Jean Monnet

2017 | 2016

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Managing (in)security at EU borders
Pinar Bilgin

5 de dezembro de 2016 (17h)
FEUC - Sala Keynes

Associate Professor Pınar Bilgin received her B.Sc. in International Relations from Middle East Technical University in 1993 and her M.A. from Bilkent University in 1995. She worked as Assistant Researcher at the National Security Council General Secretariat in 1995. Dr Bilgin then pursued further graduate studies at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK, from where she was awarded her M.Sc. in Strategic Studies in 1996 and Ph.D. in 2000. She then returned to Bilkent, and has taught as instructor, assistant professor and, since 2008, as associate professor in the Department of International Relations. She has served as the Associate Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences (2002-2006 and 2007-present) and Chair of the Department of International Relations (2010-present). Dr. Bilgin specializes in critical approaches to Security Studies. She is the author of Regional Security in the Middle East: a Critical Perspective (Routledge, 2005), as well as author and co-author of over 50 papers in international and Turkish journals. Her articles have appeared in Political Geography, European Journal of Political Research, Third World Quarterly, International Relations, Security Dialogue, Foreign Policy Analysis and Geopolitics among others.

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The different faces of power in EU-Russia relations
Tom Casier

31 de outubro de 2016 (17h)
FEUC - Sala Keynes

Tom Casier is Academic Director of the Brussels School of International Studies as well as Jean Monnet Chair and Senior Lecturer in International Relations. He is Deputy Director of the Global Europe Centre. He is also Visiting Professor at the University of Leuven (KULeuven), where he lectures on political developments in Central and Eastern Europe.
Tom Casier obtained his PhD in Political Science from the University of Leuven with a dissertation on the transformation process in Central and Eastern Europe. From 1990 to 1999 he worked at the University of Leuven, first as a Researcher of the Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research, later as post-doctoral researcher and as coordinator European Studies. In the following years he worked as Lecturer at EIPA (European Institute of Public Administration) in Maastricht and at EHSAL in Brussels. From 2003 to 2007 he was Assistant Professor at the University of Maastricht, where he was also founding Director of the MA in European Studies.
Currently Tom Casier coordinates a Jean Monnet Multilateral Research Group (MRG) on EU-Russia relations, with the Universities of Carleton, St. Petersburg State University and Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz.