Dr. Ekaterina Rozanova

Staff details

Position Lecturer
Email e.rozanova (@gold.ac.uk)
Dr. Ekaterina Rozanova

Dr. Ekaterina Rozanova is a lecturer and fellow of the higher education academy.
Ekaterina joined the department in 2014 and teaches in the field of international relations. Her research focuses on soft power, international security, and the politicization of culture. She is interested in understanding the resources of soft power.

In particular, she explores the strategic employment of cultural as a resource for soft power. The research is framed within the strategic perspective of realism and considers both domestic and external security concerns.

Ekaterina’s research has an interdisciplinary nature crossing over into political communications, cultural policy and diplomacy, cultural studies, and the study of the creative and cultural industries. This interdisciplinary research interest arose out of her academic background in international security and art history. Additional research deals with masculinities and conflict; ir/religion and Islam.

Academic qualifications

  • PhD Politics, Goldsmiths 2021
  • PG Cert in the Management of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Goldsmiths 2016
  • MSc International Security and Global Governance, Birkbeck 2012
  • MPhil Art History, University of Vienna, Cultural Studies Institute 2009

Conferences and talks

2021: "Soft Power, Culture, and International Actors”
Keynote speaker, 2nd Social Sciences Workshop Series, ENSAM, Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco

2018: “Irreligion – the loss of foundations”
Overcoming the Contemporary Impasse; Goldsmiths College; [Conference co-organizer]

2016: “Soft Power in International Relations: Cultural programs as a soft power resource for the European Union”
Graduate Festival, Goldsmiths College; [Conference co-organizer]

2015: “Human Security for Men”
Postgraduate Conference on Masculinities, Violence and (Post-) Conflict. Ulster University, Belfast, Northern Ireland

2014: “Human Security for Men”
Peace, Conflict, and Development. School of Social and International Studies. Post-Graduate Conference 2014. University of Bradford