Department of Economic History and International Relations

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Information about teaching at the department

From period 2 (March 21), the department returns fully to on campus teaching.

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Lisa Dellmuth has been awarded the Michael Endres Prize

Lisa Dellmuth is a comparative politics and International Relations scholar and her research focuses on policymaking by the European Union and international organisations with special emphasis on aid, legitimacy, and environmental policymaking.

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Disputation Nicholas Olczak - International Relations

4 February 2022 Nicholas Olczak succesfully defended his dissertation "Understanding China’s Rise: Competing Online Identity Discourses behind Short-term Changes in Foreign Policy".

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Disputation Wrenn Yennie Lindgren, International Relations

21st October 2021 Wrenn Yennie Lindgren succesfully defended her dissertation "Japanese Foreign Policy Repertoires: Contests, Promotions and Practices of Legitimation" at the department of Economic History and International Relations. 

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We are looking for a PhD student in International Relations

The position is part of the project “Neutrality or Solidarity? Sweden in the Interwar Period” and is fully funded for 4 years.

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Disputation Ece Kural, International Relations

17th September 2021 Ece Kural succesfully defended her dissertation "Global Climate Adaptation Governance: Evidence from 30 International Organizations, 1990-2017" at the department of Economic History and International Relations. 

Mistra news

Mistra Geopolitics awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences

Mistra Geopolitics is awarded to the prestigious 100 list 2021, published by the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA). The 100 list highlights Swedish research projects in the field of sustainability.

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Swedish international development cooperation

IR-researchers Elisabeth Rosvold and Lisa Dellmuth have received a one-year grant from the Expert Group for Aid Studies to evaluate the role of Swedish job placements in international organizations.

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We are looking for a PhD student in International Relations

The position is part of the project “Neutrality or Solidarity? Sweden in the Interwar Period” and is fully funded for 4 years.

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