Annika Bergman RosamondSenior Lecturer
Annika Bergman Rosamond is Senior Lecturer in Political Science, Lund University (LU). Since 2012 she has been the Director of the Masters in Global Studies at LU, faculty of Social Science. She obtained her BSc (Government) at London School of Economics and her MA and PhD (European studies/International Relations) at University of Sussex, UK. She has held permanent lectureships in international relations (IR) at the Universities of Leicester and Edinburgh. At Edinburgh she supervised two doctoral students to completion and is currently supervising one doctoral student at Lund. Prior to arriving at LU she was Senior Researcher at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) and held a visiting lectureship in International Ethics at Copenhagen University. She has taught and supervised widely within the broad fields of IR, political science and theory, gender, security studies and global studies.
Annika has recently been elected to serve as a member at large on the board of the Feminist Theory and Gender Studies (FTGS) section fo the International Studies Association (ISA) during the period 2015-2017. Moreover, she is the coordinator of her department's Gender and Politics Research Group and serves on the departmental equal opportunities and ethical committees. She is also a core researcher of the Research Network on Celebrity and North-South Relations https://celebnorthsouth.wordpress.com/, hosted at Roskilde University. She has organised numerous conferences and workshops most recently the annual Popular Culture and World Politics 2015 conference at Westminster University London, UK, with Dr Thomas Moore.
Her research interests include several broad fields:
- Gender, feminism and IR with emphasis on security and cosmopolitan protection
- Popular culture and world politics; celebrity humanitarianism, global politics and gender
- Arctic and Nordic internationalism, security, war and peace and feminist foreign policy
- Ethical debates in international politics with emphasis on cosmopolitanism, feminist theory and the English School