Department of Economic History and International Relations

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Wheatfield

Postdoctoral Fellow in International Relations, with an emphasis on Environmental Policy

The project Glocalizing Climate Governance: The Role of Integrated Governance for a Just and Legitimate Adaptation to Climate Risks (GlocalClim) is funded by The Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning (Formas). The aim of this project is to understand the causes and consequences of global integrated governance responses for local and national climate adaptation, with a special focus on the global south.

Mark Rhinard

Professor Mark Rhinard awarded a major 4-year research grant

Professor Mark Rhinard has been awarded a major 4-year research grant to study ‘creeping crises’ in international affairs as a security problem. Research will focus on the transboundary interdependencies that shape crisis development, and will explore the capacities, legitimacy, and effectiveness of national, regional and international responses.

Lisa Dellmuth

Lisa Dellmuth has received funding from Formas

Lisa Dellmuth has received 9.7 million SEK for her project on "Glocalizing Climate Governance: The Role of Integrated Governance for a Just and Legitimate Adaptation to Climate Security Risks" from Formas in the "National Research Programme on Climate Future Pathways".

Elin Jakobsson

First PhD in Sweden in the subject of International Relations

Elin Jakobsson is the first PhD in the subject area of International Relations in the Department of Economic History and International Relations

Late application starts July 14th

Late application will start being accepted on July 14th.

Applications are processed through universityadmissions.se.

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