Ms Rosa Maryon

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  • Qualifications:MSc Social Science Research Methods, MSc African Politics, BsEcon Politics and International Relations, BsEcon Politics and Economics
  • Position:Lecturer
  • Department:HAS - Applied Sciences
  • Telephone:+44117 965 6261

About me

I am a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at UWE.  I have worked as lecturer at UWE since September 2018. During this time I have taught modules such as 'From Plato to Nato', 'Politics of Crisis and Change', 'International Development', 'Nature and Use of Research', 'Gender and Global Politics' and 'Terrorism, Security and Migration in Europe' and 'From Terror to Trauma'. In 2021, I was nominated for the Teaching Excellence Award at UWE. In 2022, I was nominated for the Oustanding Teaching Award. I am an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) and a recently was awarded Fellowship status (FHEA). 

I have worked as a Lecturer and Post Graduate Tutor at other institutions where I taught modules such as 'Introduction to International Relations' and 'Introduction to Globalisation'. I have guest lectured on the 'Learn to Teach' Associate Fellowship of HE course at Cardiff University.

I am in the final stages of writing up my PhD thesis. My PhD research is fully funded by the ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership and I examine security politics in post transition Tunisia. Employing the concept of authoritarian neoliberalism and through an examination of Tunisian case since 2011, I seek to contribute to the recoupling of security studies and IPE in the study of insecurity in the Middle East and North Africa. I have two masters degrees. One in Social Science Research Methods specialising in IR from Cardiff University) and one in Development and Politics in Africa and the Global South from Sciences Po Bordeaux. I have two undergraduate degrees, one in Politics and IR from Cardiff University and one in Politics and Economics from Sciences Po Bordeuax.

I have presented my work at a variety of conferences including, but not limited to, the British International Studies Association, European International Studies Association, Society for Advanced Socio-Economics, International Studies Association, Millennium, Society for Terrorism Research and the Women's Graduate Association. 

I have recently published a Chapter on Terrorism and Organised Crime in 'Developments in European Politics 2'. I have a forthcoming publication entitled 'The Role of Security Assistance in Reconfiguring Tunisia's Transition' which will shortly be appearing in Mediterranean Politics.

Area of expertise

Specialist in post colonial approaches to security, authoritarian neoliberalism, racial capitalism, and security policy in the MENA. I am particularly interested in the politics of security and insecurity in the MENA. I am open to collaborative research projects on the interaction between neoliberal economic policy and increasingly disciplinarian security policies as well as research projects looking at security in contemporary Middle Eastern and North African contexts. EU-MENA relations, EU security policy, racialization in EU policy, EU migration policy, EU externalization


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