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Dr Anne Jenichen

Lecturer in Politics and International Relations

Dr Anne Jenichen
Anne Jenichen joined Aston University in September 2015 as a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations. She holds degrees in political science from the University of Bremen and Free University Berlin (Germany). Her research interests include EU foreign policy, international institutions and global as well as multi-level governance, religion and politics, gender and politics.

Prior to joining Aston, Anne taught European studies and political science at the University of Bremen. She furthermore was a Volkswagen Foundation Fellow at the Transatlantic Academy in Washington, DC (2014-15), Visiting Research Fellow at the Institut d‘Études Européennes, Université Libre de Bruxelles (2011), Research Fellow at the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) in Geneva (2007-09), and Visiting Fellow at the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Northeastern University, Boston (2004). For the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation in Berlin, she coordinated an international research project on ‘Religion, Politics, and Gender Equality’ (2007-2010).

 

  • Doctorate, Political Science, 2010, University of Bremen, Germany
  • Diploma (equivalent to MA), Political Science, 2003, Free University Berlin, Germany

Undergraduate Modules:
  • LP2037 German Politics
  • LP3004 Politics Research Dissertation
  • LP3006 Extended Politics Research Dissertation
  • LP3009 International Relations Research Dissertation
  • LP3035 Gender and Politics
  • LP3038 Research and Dissertation Skills

Postgraduate Modules:
  • LPM020 The EU as a Global Actor
  • LPM026 Globalisation, Regionalism and Global Governance

Books


Recent journal articles and book chapters


Edited volumes and special issues

Razavi, Shahra and Anne Jenichen, eds. (2010), The Unhappy Marriage of Religion and Politics: problems and pitfalls for gender equality. In: Third World Quarterly, Special Issue, 31(6).

Jenichen, Anne, Marks, Natascha and Tome Sandevski, eds. (2002), Rüstungstransfers und Menschenrechte: Geschäfte mit dem Tod [Arms transfers and human rights: Dealing with death], Münster, Hamburg, Berlin: LIT.

Frank, Thomas, Jenichen, Anne and Nils Rosemann, eds. (2001), Soziale Menschenrechte – die vergessenen Rechte? Zur Unteilbarkeit der Menschenrechte – ein interdisziplinärer Überblick [Social rights – the forgotten rights? On the indivisibility of human rights – an interdisciplinary overview], Berlin: Dr. Köster.


    Blog entries

    Freedom vs. Equality: Religious Freedom Controversies Are Alive On Both Sides of the Atlantic, Transatlantic Academy Blog, http://www.transatlanticacademy.org/node/803, 24 April 2015.

    The right-wing populist politics of condemning anti-Semitism in Europe, Transatlantic Academy Blog, http://www.transatlanticacademy.org/node/792, 16 March 2015.

    PEGIDA: Islamophobia 2.0 in Germany, Transatlantic Academy Blog, http://www.transatlanticacademy.org/node/754, 09 January 2015.

    Pope Francis in the European Parliament: Much Ado About Nothing?, Transatlantic Academy blog, http://www.transatlanticacademy.org/node/745, 09 December 2014.

    Feminist politics: creating alliances for justice and democracy (with Shahra Razavi), OpenDemocracy/50:50, Religion-Gender-Politics: prospects for equality and pluralism, http://www.opendemocracy.net/5050/religion-gender-politics, 01 February 2011.

    Critical intersections: the politics of gender and religion (with Shahra Razavi), OpenDemocracy/50:50, Religion-Gender-Politics: prospects for equality and pluralism, http://www.opendemocracy.net/5050/religion-gender-politics, 01 February 2011.

    The unhappy marriage of religion and politics, part. 1 (with Shahra Razavi), OpenDemocracy/50:50, Religion-Gender-Politics: prospects for equality and pluralism, http://www.opendemocracy.net/5050/religion-gender-politics, 30 November 2010.

    Room: NW809A
    Phone: 0121 204 3431
    Email: a.jenichen@aston.ac.uk
    Office hours:
    Tuesdays, 12-14:00
    Thursdays, 12-14:00