Thesis TitleWarring Identities: An investigation of the reciprocity between the European Union’s expanding role as a security provider and ever-evolving notions of identity - what part does CSDP training play?
- BA (Hons) in Culture, Society and Communication, University of Birmingham, 2008
- MPhil in Modern European Cultures, University of Birmingham, 2011
c/o National Centre for Research on Europe
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Details of Research
My PhD investigates the relationship between the EU’s efforts to implement its Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) and the role of notions of (European) identity amongst staff engaged in this process. In particular, it aims to determine the extent to which training initiatives, introduced to increase awareness and understanding of the CSDP and making its implementation more efficient, are successful at also fostering a sense of ‘European identity’.
- EUSA-AP Conference 2015, Seoul
- NCRE Roundtable Seminar May 2015, Christchurch
- EUCN Postgraduate Weekend School 2014, Kaikoura
- Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Workshop 2014, Kent
EUCN Tuition Fee Scholarships 2014 & 2015