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Jean Monnet Lecture Series November 2018
Department of Government and Politics
Jean Monnet Lecture Series
An Unquiet World: Trans-Atlantic Trump, Brexit and Beyond
Professor Amelia Hadfield
Canterbury Christ Church University
1-2pm, Thursday 29 November 2018
Professor Amelia Hadfield was awarded a second Jean Monnet Chair in European Foreign Affairs in 2014 for her three-year programme of cutting edge teaching, learning, research and debate at Canterbury Christ Church University. She was also recently made a Senior Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy (HEA).
Professor Hadfield combines research, teaching, consultancy and doctoral supervision on key aspects of European foreign affairs. Her areas of expertise include Common Security and Defence Policy, EU-Russia Energy Relations, EU Neighbourhood Policy, EU Development policy (with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa), the strategic role of the Arctic, and the role of energy security within the broader framework of EU foreign policy, and energy governance. A recent publication is ‘The EU's global image’, in Dinan, Nugent and Paterson (eds) The European Union in Crisis (Palgrave 2017).
Amelia is regularly called upon as a guest lecturer, supervisor, and consultant on a wide range of EU foreign affairs, including the work of the European External Action Service (EEAS), UK and EU security and defence, EU energy security and Neighbourhood Policy. She is currently completing research monographs on the development and application of sovereignty, contemporary foreign policy analysis, the foreign policy of EU Member States, as well as articles on EU-Russian energy geopolitics and a retrospective of the EU's neighbourhood policy.
This lecture series is supported by the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet programme.