University of Bologna
EISA Portfolio: External Relations
Sonia Lucarelli is Professor of International Relations at the University of Bologna and member of the Board and the Executive Committee of the Institute of International Affairs in Rome and of the Forum on the Problems of Peace and War in Florence. She has been Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute and Resident Member of the Bologna Institute for Advanced Studies. Lucarelli has been Team Leader in several international research projects, the latest of which GLOBUS: Reconsidering European Contributions to Global Justice (2016-2020; Horizon 2020). She has published on the external image of the EU; European security; European foreign policy, migration and global justice. Currently, she is working on the three topics: the EU as a ‘bordering power’; the transformation of the liberal world order; and the role of emotions in the transformation of images of the EU. Her latest publications include the monograph Cala il sipario sull’ordine liberale? Crisi di un sistema che ha cambiato il mondo (2020); and the special issues The European Union, Security Governance and Collective Securitization (with J. Sperling and M. Webber, West European Politics, 2020); Talking Migration: Narratives of Migration and Embedded Justice Claims in the European Media (with S. D’Amato, The International Spectator, 2019).