Ekaterina Rozanova is a PhD candidate, (fractional) lecturer and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She teaches in the field of international relations.
Her current PhD research focuses on culture as a resource for soft power with the cultural program of the European Union as her case study. This interdisciplinary research interest in the politicization of culture and the arts arose out of her academic background in international relations and art history. Furthermore, she presents papers on masculinities and conflict. Her additional recent research is in the field of teaching and learning in higher education. She also conducts ongoing studies on religion and Islam.
M.Phil/PhD candidate in Politics, Goldsmiths College, University of London; 2013-present
PGCE The Management of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Goldsmiths; 2016
MSc International Security and Global Governance, Birkbeck College, University of London; 2012
M.Phil Art History, Institute of Cultural Science, University of Vienna, Austria; 2009
UG Credits Architecture, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria; 2003-2006
Politics Department past and present: UG module World Politics; UG Global Governance and World Order; UG module Security Studies; UG module US Politics and Foreign Policy; UG module Contemporary International Relations Theory
TaLIC: Academic Practice module; PGCert in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Recent Conference Papers
“Irreligion – the loss of foundations” – Overcoming the Contemporary Impasse; Goldsmiths College; 2018 [Conference co-organizer]
“Soft Power in International Relations: Cultural programs as a soft power resource for the European Union” Graduate Festival, Goldsmiths College; 2016 [Conference co-organizer]
“Human Security for Men.” Postgraduate Conference on Masculinities, Violence and (Post-) Conflict. Ulster University, Belfast, Northern Ireland; 2015
“Human Security for Men.” Peace, Conflict, and Development. School of Social and International Studies. Post-Graduate Conference 2014. University of Bradford; 2014
“Muslim: Sacred or Secular? Issues of Policy Making Surrounding Islam and Muslim Migrants in the EU.” 1St Symposium on Sacred and Secular: Politics, Policy and Practice. Goldsmiths College; 2014