- приглашенный исследователь
- Кафедра мировых политических процессов
I am an SNSF Ambizione Fellow at the Institute of Science, Technology and Policy, ETH Zürich. I am also an Associated Researcher at the Center for Security Studies, ETH Zürich, the Centre for Advanced Security Theory, University of Copenhagen, the Programme for the Study of International Governance, The Graduate Institute (IHEID) Geneva, and the Department of World Politics, MGIMO Moscow.
My work focuses on the rationalization, handling, and democratization of security politics and international affairs. At the state level, I analyze the interplay between representations of international danger, their political contestation, and the design of foreign policies. At the sub-state level, I investigate the reconfiguration of security professions, the democratization of security policy processes, and the adaptation of material/immaterial security dispositives to urban sites. Transcending levels of analysis, I also analyze competing concepts of insecurity and the disciplinary organization of ‘international knowledge’ in general. My research draws on qualitative and quantitative methods and is grounded in comparative and critical International Relations and Political Science.
My ongoing research completes a Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) project grant and enquires into the transnationalisation of fears and careers in the Swiss national security field. Since early 2016, I investigate the emergence of integrated urban protection policies as an SNSF Ambizione Fellow at ETH Zürich’s new interdisciplinary Institute of Science, Technology and Policy. Since late 2016, I am associated project member in a comparative analysis of foreign and security policy teaching in Russia, Canada and Switzerland, a research endeavor funded by the SNSF and the Russian Foundation for Humanities, and led by IHEID Geneva and MGIMO Moscow.
In the past, I was a senior researcher at the Center for Security Studies and lecturer at the Department of Humanities, Social and Political Science, ETH Zürich, 2009-2016. I was also visiting scholar at the Centre for Urban Conflicts Research at University of Cambridge in 2016, the Centre d’études et de recherches internationales at Sciences-Po Paris in 2014, the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies at Columbia University in 2013, the Graduate Program in International Affairs at The New School for Social Research in 2012, and the Centre for Advanced Security Theory at University of Copenhagen in 2008-2009. I obtained my doctorate from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Geneva in 2010, and MA degrees in international politics from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in 2004 and the Graduate Institute in Geneva in 2003.
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