I am Doctoral Researcher in the Department of Politics and International Studies. Before coming to Warwick, I studied at the University of St Andrews, University of Kent and the Charles University in Prague. Supervised by Christopher Browning and Stuart Croft, I am trying to approach German foreign policy from a discourse theoretical perspective.
- Discourse theory (the Essex School in particular)
- International Relations theory
- Poststructuralism and critical constructivism in International Relations
- Foreign policy analysis
- German foreign policy
- Czech foreign policy
My PhD thesis, tentatively titled Logics of Foreign Policy: Germany and International Interventions, focuses on discursive production of German foreign policy in two recent international crises: Iraq 2002/2003 and Libya 2011. I am particularly interested in the operation, clash and mutual contamination of different logics that inform and construct foreign policy decisions. My doctoral research is funded by the University of Warwick Chancellor's Scholarship.
- 2013-2014: Part-time teacher on the first-year undergraduate module PO107: Introduction to Politics. See My Teaching for further information.
- 2013-2014: Organiser of the 12th Aberystwyth Lancaster Graduate Colloquium, to be held at Warwick in June 2014. Founded in 2002, the colloquium established itself as the UK’s leading forum in which graduate researchers can explore and discuss critical approaches to global politics.
- since 2011: External Research Fellow with the Association for International Affairs, a leading Czech foreign policy think-tank, where I am focusing on Czech and German foreign policies.
J dot Eberle at warwick dot ac dot uk
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