Annika Bergman Rosamond, Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer
Annika Bergman Rosamond is Associate Professor (Docent) in Political Science, Lund University (LU). Since 2012 she has been the Director of the Masters in Global Studies at LU, at the faculty of Social Sciences. 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 one at Leicester, and she is currently supervising one doctoral student at Lund together with Annica Kronsell. 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. In 2015 Annika was elected to serve as a member at large on the board of the Feminist Theory and Gender Studies (FTGS) section of the International Studies Association (ISA), period: 2015-2017. Moreover, she is the coordinator of her department's Gender and Politics Research Group and serves on the departmental board as well as the 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, for example the Popular Culture and World Politics 2015 conference at Westminster University London, UK, with Dr Thomas Moore. She participates in public events and seminars and provides commentary in Swedish and international media. Alongside Icelandic President and Minister of Foreign Affairs Annika gave a keynote at the official opening of the Reykjavik Peace Centre , 7 October, 2016, where she spoke of celebrity and peace. Annika is a member of two research projects. The first one examines Danish and Swedish veteran policy looking at the gendered and cosmopolitan underpinnings of such policies. The project is financed by the Crawfoord Foundation (2016-2017). The second project is led by Martin Hall (LU) and centres on the politics of world heritage. The project is financed by the Swedish Research Council (2017-2020). Annika is also a core member of the Pufendorf Study Group on Crisis led by Professor Helle Rydström at the Department of Gender Studies.
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
Books and DIIS reports
War, Ethics and Justice: New Perspectives on a Post-9/11 World, edited collection, (paperback), London:Routledge, 2012, (Editors: Annika Bergman Rosamond and Mark Phythian)
War, Ethics and Justice: New Perspectives on a Post-9/11 World, Edited collection, London: Routledge, 2011, (Editors: Annika Bergman Rosamond and Mark Phythian, )
'Adjacent internationalism: The Concept of Solidarity and post Cold War Nordic-Baltic relations', Doctoral Thesis Sussex : University of Sussex, 2003.
Women, Peace and Security - and Denmark: DIIS report 2014:32, Copenhagen: Danish Institute for International Studies, 53 pp. 2014. http://www.diis.dk/en/node/4671
Perspectives on security in the Arctic area : DIIS report , 2011:09 Copenhagen: Danish Institute for International Studies, 78 pp, 2011. http://www.diis.dk/sw111547.asp
Articles (published and forthcoming)
'Political Legitimacy and celebrity politicans: Tony Blair as Middle East envoy 2007-2016' (with Michelle Pace) , as part of a future special issue of Middle East Critique (ed. Anders Persson), forthcoming.
'Cosmopolitan Militaries and Dialogic Peacekeeping: Danish and Swedish Women Soldiers in Afghanistan' International Journal of Feminist Politics, (with Annica Kronsell) oneline version fo the article October 2017.
'Swedish Feminist Foreign Policy in the Making: Ethics, Politics and Gender", Ethics and International Affairs, (with Karin Aggestam) Vol. 30 Issue 3. 2016, selected as part of editors' pick 2016.
‘Protection Beyond Borders: Gender Cosmopolitanism and Co-constitutive Obligation’ Special Issue (Kindvall, C red), Global Society, 2013 Vol. 27
'A solidarist-inspired reading of Schouenborg’, (Review article), Forum: The Scandinavian International Society. Primary Institutions and Binding Forces, 1815-2010’, International Politics Reviews Vol. 1, 2013.
’Världskändisar, kosmopolitism och internationell politik’, Internasjonal Politikk: Fokus: Kjendiser og Internasjonal Politikk (English translation: 'Celebrities and International Politics'), (4) December, 2013.
“The co-constitution of domestic and international welfare obligations: The case of Sweden’s social democratically inspired internationalism”, Cooperation and Conflict 42(1), 2007, pp. 73-99,
“Adjacent internationalism: the concept of solidarity and post-Cold War Nordic-Baltic relations”, Cooperation and Conflict, 41(1), 2006, pp. 73-97.
Book Chapters (published and forthcoming)
'How to do Celebrity in International Relations: Discourses and Practices of Celebrity Humanitarianism' Yao mfl. (eds.), How to do Popular Culture in International Relations. Oxford; Routledge, forthcoming.
'Säkerhet" i Maria Jansson et.al. (eds.) Makt och Motstånd. Feministiska Perspektiv på Statsvetenskap. Studentlitteratur, 2017.
‘Celebrities as ethical actors – individuals and cosmopolitan obligation’ in Schippers, B. (ed.), Routledge Handbook to Rethinking Ethics in International Relations, Oxford: Routledge, forthcoming.
'Neoliberal Feminism, Celebrities and Women Entrepreneurs" in Farrell, N. (ed.) The Political Economy of Celebrity Activism, Oxford: Routledge, (with Gregoratti, C.), 2018.
'Military intervention and the loss of memory: Sweden, NATO and identity' in Agius, C. (ed.) Identity making, displacement and rupture: performing discourses of belonging, place and being, Manchester: Manchester University Press, (with Agius, C.), 2018.
’The digital politics of celebrity activism against sexual violence: Angelina Jolie as global mother’ in Shepherd, L. & Hamilton, C. (eds), Understanding Popular Culture and World Politics in the Digital Age, Oxford: Routledge, 2016.
’Swedish Internationalism and development aid’ in Pierre, J. (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Swedish Politics, (Ole Elgström, section editor) , Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.
'Denmark and the Arctic' in Geir Hønneland and Leif Christian Jensen (eds.), Handbook of the Politics of the Arctic, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015.
‘Humanitarian relief worker Sean Penn – A Contextual Story’ in Richey, L. A (ed.), Celebrities as New Development Actors: When Does Context Matter?, Oxford: Routledge, 2015.
’New political community and governance at the top of the world: spatiality, affinity and security in the Arctic region’ in Svensson, T. and Kindvall, C. (eds.) as a book chapter in the edited collection Borders, security and governance , Routledge. (With Professor Ben Rosamond, University of Copenhagen), 2015.
‘Introduction’ i A. Bergman Rosamond & M Phythian (eds.) War, Ethics and Justice: New Perspectives on a Post-9/11 World, London: Routledge, 2011
‘The Cosmopolitan- Communitarian Divide and the Swedish Military’ i A. Bergman Rosamond & M Phythian (eds.) War, Ethics and Justice: New Perspectives on a Post-9/11 World, London: Routledge, 2011.
‘The Cosmopolitan-communitarian divide and celebrity anti-war activism’ i Liza Tsaliki, Asteris Huliaras & Christos. A. Frangonikolopoulos (eds.) Transnational Celebrity Activism in Global Politics Changing the World? , Chicago: Chicago University Press. 2011.
"Strategic culture, non-alignment and the ESDP of the EU" i A. Haglund Morrissey and Daniel Silander (eds), The EU and the Outside World: Global Themes in a European Setting, Växjö: Växjö University Press, 2007, pp. 99-117
“Non-aligned states and ESDP” , med John Peterson, i R. Dannreuther and J. Peterson (eds) Security and the Transatlantic Alliance, Routledge, 2006, pp. 147-164.
“The Nordic Militaries: Forces For Good?", i L. Elliott and G. Cheesman (eds) Forces for Good? Cosmopolitan Militaries in the 21st Century, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004, pp. 168-186
Other publications and reports:
'Nordic States and Gender Cosmopolitanism' Conference report on Nordic foreign and security policy (http://www.diis.dk/en/node/4670), 2014.
Book Review: ’Fighting terror: ethical dilemmas. By Alex J. Bellamy’ International Affairs Vol. 85. No. 2 March 2009
Terrorismbekämpning i Storbritannien” Folk och Försvar, No. 3 2005
“Anna Lindh” in Annesley C. (ed) A Political and Economic Dictionary of Western Europe”, Europa Publications: London, 2004.
'BALTBAT: the emergence of a common defence dimension to Nordic co-operation?', Working Papers, Copenhagen Peace Research Institute, 2000. (September)
'Central -och Östeuropa- EU:s östutvidgning-konsekvenserna för svenskt näringsliv.' Swedish Business Office, 1997, Brussels.
'Sammanställning av UNICESs policykommittéer och arbetsgrupper'. Swedish EC Business Office, 1997, Brussels,
Articles in progress:
'Comparing Feminist Foreign Policy Frames (with Annick Wibben) to be submitted to journal early 2018.
'Gender cosmopolitanism: Danish and Swedish veteran narratives in the face of military interventionism' (with Annica Kronsell), to submitted to journal Autumn 2017.
'The Quest for Feminist Foreign Policy in Theory and Practice - Diplomacy, Protection and Climate Governance' (with Aggestam, K. & Kronsell, A.), to be submitted to journal Autumn 2017
“Celebrity interventionism and sovereign contestation: Georgle Clooney, gender and long-lens cameras' to be submitted to academic journal Autumn 2017.
Celebrity, Security and Gender, monograph in progress, planned publication date 2019-20, to be sumbitted to Palgrave.
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