EISA Portfolio: PEC 2024
Beatrix Futák-Campbell is Senior Assistant Professor of International Relations at Leiden University College, Leiden University. where she also leads the World Politics programme. Previously she held positions at the University of Hamburg, Vienna School of International Studies, University of Edinburgh and St Andrews, as well as at the United Nation Office on Drugs and Crime, TheGerman Marshall Fund and the British civil service. Her research interests include IR theory, EU-Russia relations and migration. Her first monograph is published by Manchester University Press titled Practising EU foreign policy: Russia and the eastern neighbours. She published in the Journal of Common Market Studies, International Politics, International Relations, Uluslararasi Iliskiler and European Security. Her edited volume Globalizing Regionalism and International Relations is published by Bristol University Press. She recently joined the governing board of the World International Studies Committee (WISC), and also serves as associate editor of Internationals Studies Review. Following on from her Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS-KNAW) project on Reading and Narrating the EU Migration/Refugee Crisis, she currently holds a Marie Curie fellowship at the Aberystwyth University with the project Secure Borders.