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Dr. Julia Gurol

 

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Department of Political Sciences,
Rempartstraße 15, 79085 Freiburg

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4323

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Phone

 0761/ 203-3474

E-Mail julia.gurol@politik.uni-freiburg.de

 

 

 

  
  
   
 
  
 Profile
Julia Gurol is a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at the Chair for International Relations (Prof. Dr. Sandra Destradi) since October 2020. Previously she has worked as a research associate and lecturer at the Chair for Multilevel Governance (2017-2020). In her PhD thesis, which was supervised by Prof. Dr. Diana Panke and Prof. em. Dr. Jürgen Rüland, she analysed EU-China security relations in the Middle East.
Besides working for the Chair, Julia Gurol is a researcher on China's role in the Middle East at the Center for Applied Research in Partnership with the Orient (CARPO) in Bonn. Before, she has worked a.o. for the Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC) in a project on arms export control. Furthermore, she is a trained crossmedial journalist and has published in several German media, such as WirtschaftsWoche, Handelsblatt and WDR.
Her research interests are global governance in the global South, transregional authoritarian practices, social movements, regime stability and transformation as well as conflict dynamics; her regional foci are China and the Middle East.

Academic CV

since 10/2020
Postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at the Chair for International Relations, University of Freiburg (Prof. Dr. Sandra Destradi)
10/2017–09/2020
Research associate and lecturer at the Chair for Multilevel Governance, University of Freiburg
PhD thesis: "Against all odds? EU-China security relations in the context of political tensions" (supervised by: Prof. Dr. Diana Panke, Prof. em. Dr. Jürgen Rüland)
Guest researcher at the Center for EU and German Studies, Tongji University. Shanghai (China)
seit 10/2018
Researcher at the Center for Applied Research in Partnership with the Orient (CARPO)
09/2015 – 09/2016
Project assistant "Arms export control" at the Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC)
10/2015 – 09/2017
MA Political Science, University of Bonn
0/2011 – 06/2012
BA Politics, Sociology and Media, University of Düsseldorf
 

Research interests

  • global governance in the global South
  • global authoritarianism
  • regime stability and political transformation
  • conflict dynamics and conflict transformation
  • security studies

Publications

Monographies:
  • *Gurol, Julia (forthcoming). The EU-China Security Paradox: Cooperation Against All Odds? Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press.
 
Journal articles:
  • *Gurol, Julia & Wetterich, Cita (2020). Feldforschung in sensiblen Sicherheitskontexten: Einblicke aus China und dem südlichen Mittelmeerraum. Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen, Vol. 27., No. 2, p 1-15, DOI: 10.5771/0946-7165-2020-2-1.
  • Gurol, Julia (2020). Beyond dichotomy? Towards conceptual and theoretical variety in EU-China research. In: Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft. DOI: 10.1007/s41358-020-00226-3. 
  • *Gurol, Julia & Starkmann, Anna (2020). New partners for the planet? The European Union and China in International Climate Governance from a Role-Theoretical Perspective. In: Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 59, No. 3, pp. 518-534. DOI: 10.1111/jcms.13098. 
  • Panke, Diana & Gurol, Julia (2020). Colombia's 'African descent' initiative at the United Nations. In: New Zealand International Review, Vol. 45, No. 4.
  • *Gurol, Julia (2020). Competitive, cooperate or complementary? The roles of the EU and China in the security architecture of the Middle East. In: Chinese Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Vol. 14, No. 1. DOI: 10.1080/25765949.2020.1728969.
  • *Panke, Diana & Gurol, Julia (2018). Small States as Agenda-setters? The Council Presidencies of Malta and Estonia. In: Journal of Common Market Studies: Annual Review. DOI: 10.1111/jcms.12767
 
Book chapters:
  • Gurol, Julia; Demmelhuber, Thomas & Zumbrägel, Tobias (forthcoming): The Corona temptation? Autocratic Linkages in Times of a Global Pandemic. In: COVID-19 and the Arab World, Jan Völkel et al. (eds.). Routledge. 
  • Gurol, Julia & Rodríguez, Fabricio (2020). Desintegration statt Konnektivität? Chinas Belt and Road Initiative als außenpolitische Herausforderung für die EU. In: Die neue Europäische Union: Zwischen Integration und Desintegration, Andreas Grimmel (Hrsg.). Nomos. 
  • *Panke, Diana & Gurol, Julia (2019). Small States in the European Union. In: Oxford Encyclopedia of European Union Politics. Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.1485.
  • Panke, Diana & Gurol, Julia (2020). Small States in the UN General Assembly. Challenges and Coping Strategies. In: Research Handbook on the Politics of Small States, Godfrey Baldacchino & Anders Wivel (Hrsg.). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishers.
 
Other publications (selection of working papers, policy papers):
 
*double-blind peer reviewed

Conference presentations (selected)

  • "Normativity and Pragmatism in Practice: EU Foreign Policy and China’s Belt and Road Initiative“ (together with Dr. Andreas Grimmel) – IB-Sektionstagung, 7-9 October 2020, Freiburg
  • "(Un)intended revisionism? The geopolitical implications of China's connectivity strategy" - AC21 Workshop on "Constructing the 21st-Century Silk road: Southeast Asia in the Race for Connectivity and Geopolitical Interests", 4 July 2019, Freiburg.
  • "New partners for the planet? EU-China climate cooperation from a role theoretical perspective" (together with Anna Starkmann) - ISA Annual Convention, Toronto, 27 March 2019
  • "New Belt, new Road - new Policies? EU-China security relations in the Middle East from a liberal institutionalist perspective" - ECPR General Conference, Hamburg, 25 August 2018

Teaching

  • Summer term 2021: Introduction to (critical) conflict analysis - deconstructing Yemen's civil war
  • Summer term 2021: Introduction to International Relations
  • Winter term 2020/21: Authoritarianism in China’s foreign policy: game-changer or business as usual?
  • Winter Term 2020/21: Introduction to Political Science
  • Summer term 2020: Yemen – a country in conflict (cross-site seminar)
  • Summer term 2020: Academic Approaches to Post-Conflict Reconstruction (University of Sana’a, Yemen)
  • Winter term 2019/20: EU-China relations in the context of the Belt and Road Initiative
  • Winter term 2019/20:  One-size-fits-all vs. tailor-made solutions: Academic approaches to post-conflict reconstruction (DAAD Winterschool)
  • Summer Term 2019: Conflict analysis - management, dynamics and transformation of current conflicts of secession (cross site seminar) - Link to eLearning Platform
  • Winter Term 2018/19: Introduction to Political Science
  • Summer Term 2018: Introduction to International Relations
  • Winter Term 2017/18: International and Regional Organizations in current conflict

 

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