Members of the ENTER Core Group
- Prof. Dr. Michèle KnodtChairProf. Dr. Michèle KnodtChair
- Dr. Patrick MüllerCo-Chair and Vice-Leader WG5 (Relations)Dr. Patrick MüllerCo-Chair and Vice-Leader WG5 (Relations)
- Dr. Jonas SchoenefeldCOST ENTER Network Manager
Dr Jonas Schoenefeld is the COST ENTER Network manager and a research associate at the Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany. Jonas also currently works for the Kopernikus Project ENAVI, focusing on European aspects of the German national switch to renewable energy. He holds a BA from Middlebury College, an MPhil from the University of Oxford and earned his PhD at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia. His research focuses on energy and climate change policy, including policy monitoring and evaluation. When not in the office, Jonas enjoys the hiking trails in Europe and sometimes beyond.
Key publicationsSchoenefeld, J. J., & Jordan, A. J. (2019). Environmental policy evaluation in the EU: between learning, accountability, and political opportunities?. Environmental Politics, 28(2), 365-384. (OPEN ACCESS)
Schoenefeld, J.J., Hildén, M., & Jordan, A. J. (2018). The challenges of monitoring national climate policy: learning lessons from the EU. Climate Policy, 18(1), 118-128. (OPEN ACCESS)
Schoenefeld, J.J., & Jordan, A.J. (2017). Governing policy evaluation? Towards a new typology. Evaluation, 23(3), 274-293. (OPEN ACCESS)
Tosun, J., & Schoenefeld, J.J. (2017). Collective climate action and networked climate governance. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 8(1).
Schoenefeld, J.J., & McCauley, M. R. (2016). Local is not always better: the impact of climate information on values, behavior and policy support. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 6(4), 724-732. (OPEN ACCESS)
Jordan, A. J., Huitema, D., Hildén, M., Van Asselt, H., Rayner, T. J., Schoenefeld, J.J., ... & Boasson, E. L. (2015). Emergence of polycentric climate governance and its future prospects. Nature Climate Change, 5(11), 977-982.
- Prof. Dr. Richard WhitmanScientific Publication CoordinatorProf. Dr. Richard WhitmanScientific Publication Coordinator
- Hila ZahaviShort-Term Scientific Mission CoordinatorHila ZahaviShort-Term Scientific Mission Coordinator
- Assistant Prof. Dr. Feride Asli Ergul JorgensenLeader WG1 (New Realities)Assistant Prof. Dr. Feride Asli Ergul JorgensenLeader WG1 (New Realities)
Assistant Prof. Dr. F. Asli Ergul Jorgensen is a senior lecturer in the Department of International Relations at Ege University, Izmir, Turkey. She obtained her MSc and PhD from the Department of International Relations at Middle East Technical University. Currently, she is a visiting researcher in the Department of International Relations at Aarhus University in Denmark. She was a visiting researcher at the Centre for Advanced International Theories at the University of Sussex and at Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals in 2012.
Her research area includes Euroscepticism, Turkish identity, nationalism theories, English School Theory and the Middle East.
- Prof. Natalia ChabanVice-Leader WG2 (Perception)
Professor Natalia Chaban is a Jean Monnet Chair and Deputy Director of the National Centre for Research on Europe at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. A UC Teaching Award recipient, Natalia teaches and designs a variety of under- and post-graduate courses and supervises MA/PhD students in European and EU Studies. In her regional engagement, she is the President of Ukrainian Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand and co-editor of the peer-reviewed Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies (since its inception in 2009).
Natalia focuses her interdisciplinary research on cognitive and semiotic aspects of political and media discourses, and image and perceptions studies within the EU and IR contexts. Natalia’s contribution to the field of EU external perceptions has been internationally recognized by scholars and stakeholders, and research design and methods have been replicated around the world. Since 2002, she has been co-leading a comparative transnational project “EU Global Perceptions.” This project has been supported by the Jean Monnet Programme of the European Commission, the European External Action Service and the Asia Europe Foundation. Natalia widely publishes on the topic of EU external perceptions including articles in high impact journals such as the Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of European Integration, European Foreign Affairs Review, Cooperation and Conflict, Foreign Policy Analysis, Mobilities, Comparative European Politics (a full list of her publications is available here)
Recent publications (selection):
Special Issues of Peer-Reviewed Journals
Chaban, N., M. Knodt, and J. Headley (eds.) (2018) Special Issue “The EU and its Eastern Neighbours: Perceptions and Strategic Dialogue in the Region”, European Foreign Affairs Review, 23(1/1).
Chaban, N., P. Bacon, J. Burton, V. Vernygora (eds.) (2018) Special Issue “NATO Global Perceptions – Views from the Asia-Pacific Region”, Asian Security 14(1)
Chaban, N. and S. Zhabotynska (eds.) (2018) Special Issue “Ukraine-EU Relations: Verbal Narratives, Images, and Perceptions”, Cognition, Communication, Discourse, 17.
Chaban, N., M. Knodt, and A. Verdun (eds.) (2017) Special Issue “External Images of the EU – Energy Power Across the Globe”, Comparative European Politics, 15(1).
Chaban, N. and M. Holland (eds.) (2018) Shaping the EU’s Global Strategy: Partners and Perceptions, Palgrave McMillan: Basingstoke.
Knodt, M., Chaban, N., Nielsen, L., (2017) Bilateral Energy Relations between the EU and Emerging Powers: Mutual Perception of the EU and Brazil, China, India and South Africa, Nomos: Baden Baden.
Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals:
- Chaban, O. Elgström, M. Knodt (forthcoming 2019) 'Perceptions of EU mediation and mediation effectiveness: Comparing perspectives from Ukraine and the EU', Cooperation and Conflict
- Chaban, M. Knodt, J. Headley (2018) “The EU and its Eastern Neighbours: Perceptions and Strategic Dialogue in the Region”, European Foreign Affairs Review, 23(1/1), 1-22.
- Chaban and O. Elgström (2018) “On a Journey with Uncertain Destination. Metaphors and Images of the European Union in Russian and Ukrainian Media after Brexit Vote”, European Foreign Affairs Review, 23(1/1), 159-176.
- Chaban and A. Chaban (2018) “Communicating Europe beyond its borders: Imagining the EU in Ukraine post-Maidan”, European Foreign Affairs Review, 23(1/1), 119-138.
- Elgström, N. Chaban, M. Knodt, P. Müller, S. Pardo (2018) “Perceptions of the EU’s role in the Ukraine-Russian and the Israeli-Palestinian conflicts: A biased mediator?”, International Negotiation, 23(2), 299–318.
- Chaban, P. Bacon, J. Burton, V. Vernygora (2018) “NATO Global Perceptions – Views from the Asia-Pacific Region”, Asian Security, 14(1), 1-7.
- Chaban, S. Beltyukova, C. Fox (2018) “Communicating NATO in the Asia-Pacific Press: Comparative Analysis of Patterns of NATO’s Visibility, Capability, Evaluation, and Local Resonance”, Asian Security, 14(1), 66-81.
- Chaban and O’Loughlin, B. (2018) “The EU’s Crisis Diplomacy in Ukraine: The Matrix of Possibilities”, Columbia Journal of International Affairs, 71 (1.5).
- Chaban and Pardo, S. (2018) “Understanding EU External Perceptions: Theorising Local ‘Cultural Filters’ in the Normative Power Approach (case-study of textbooks)” Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies, 10(1), 64-78.
- Chaban and S. Zhabotynska (2018) “Political Images and Perceptions at the Interdisciplinary Crossroads”, Cognition, Communication, Discourse, 17, 13-23
- Chaban and O. Elgström (2018) “Constructing Bridges and Fostering Growth: Interdisciplinary Insights into European Union Role Conceptions and Prescriptions”, Cognition, Communication, Discourse, 17, 24-36
- Chaban, A. Miskimmon, B. O’Loughlin (2017), “The EU’s Peace and Security Narrative: Views from EU Strategic Partners in Asia”,Journal of Common Market Studies,55(6): 1273.–1289.
- Chaban and S. Kelly (2017) “Tracing the evolution of EU images using a case-study of Australia and New Zealand", Journal of Common Market Studies, 55(4): 691–708.
- Chaban, O. Elgström and O. Gulyaeva (2017) “Russian Images of the European Union: Before and after Maidan”, Foreign Policy Analysis, 13(2): 480-99.
- Chaban, M. Knodt, and A. Verdun (2017) “Perceptions of the EU as a Global Normative Energy Actor in the Eyes of BRICS and EU ‘Big 3’”, Comparative European Politics, 15(1): 1-22.
- Bain and N. Chaban (2017) “Emerging EU Strategic Narrative?: Twitter Dialogues on the EU’s Sustainable Energy Week”, Comparative European Politics, 15(1): 135-155.
Chapters in Edited Volumes (peer-reviewed):
Chaban, S. Kelly and A. Rayroux, “Communicating the EU Externally: Media Framing of the EU’s Irregular Migration Crisis (case-studies of New Zealand and Canada)” (2018), in R. Bengtsson and M. Sundström (eds.) In The EU and the emerging global order (Essays in honour of Ole Elgström). Lund University: Lund, 197-222.
Chaban, N. and M. Holland (2018) “Introduction: Partners and Perceptions” , in Chaban, N. and M. Holland (eds.), Shaping the EU’s Global Strategy: Partners and Perceptions, Palgrave, 1-25.
Chaban, N., O. Gulyaeva, Lai, S.-Y. (2018) “Images and Perceptions as Resource in Public Diplomacy: EU images in China”, I. Sieckmann and O. Triebel (eds.) A New Responsible Power China? China's Public Diplomacy for Global Public Goods Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen e.V. (ifa) (Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations and the European Cultural Foundation (ECF)
- O’Loughlin, N. Chaban, A. Miskimmon (2017) The EU tells a good story about itself, but its Asian partners may not be hearing it, European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog
- Dr. Oriol CostaLeader WG3 (Contestation)Dr. Oriol CostaLeader WG3 (Contestation)
- Dr. Franziska MüllerLeader WG4 (Communication)Dr. Franziska MüllerLeader WG4 (Communication)
- Prof. Sarunas LikiesLeader WG5 (Relations)Prof. Sarunas LikiesLeader WG5 (Relations)
- Dr. Anna-Sophie MaassEarly Career Investigator Network (ECIN) CoordinatorDr. Anna-Sophie MaassEarly Career Investigator Network (ECIN) Coordinator
Dr Anna-Sophie Maass is a Lecturer in International Relations and Diplomacy within the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University. Her academic background is at the intersection of European Studies and International Relations. Her research expertise is dedicated to examining EU-Russian relations, which is the topic at the core of her monograph published with Routledge. She also conducts research on EU foreign policy towards Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine. Her current research projects investigate the notions of resilience and principled pragmatism in the EU’s relations with its Eastern neighbours, European security policy in light of conflicts in the EU’s neighbourhood and Russian politics.
The Actorness of the EU's State-Building in Ukraine - Before and After Crimea. Geopolitics. https://doi.org/10.1080/14650045.2018.1559149
From Vilnius to the Kerch Strait: wide-ranging security risks of the Ukraine crisis. European Politics and Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/23745118.2019.1570667
EU-Russia Relations, 1999-2015. From Courtship to Confrontation. London and New York: Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/authors/i14928-anna-sophie-maass
EU Financial instruments and the European Neighbourhood Policy. Published in Schumacher, T., Marchetti, A. & Demmelhuber, T. (Eds.). The Routledge Handbook on the European Neighbourhood Policy. London and New York: Routledge.
- Charlott GebauerScience Communication ManagerCharlott GebauerScience Communication Manager
Charlott Gebauer is a PhD Candidate in ‘Interdisciplinary International Studies’, a programme jointly organized by the Vienna School of International Studies and the University of Vienna in Austria. She studied Sociology with Social Psychology at the University of York, followed by a postgraduate degree in EU Politics at the London School of Economics. Her PhD work focuses on the diverse transposition outcomes of the Common European Asylum System, resulting from EU Member States discretion in implementation at the national level.
- Dr. Jan OsičkaLeader WG2 (Perception)Jan is a lecturer within the Energy Security Studies Program at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic. His academic background is at the intersection of International Relations and International Political Economy. His research expertise is dedicated to energy transitions, energy trade and cross-border effects of unilateral energy policy reforms. He is currently involved in a research project on opposition to and acceptance of further coal mining in the Czech Republic.Recent publications:Osička, J., Lehotský, L., Zapletalová, V., Černoch, F., & Dančák, B. (2018). Natural gas market integration in the Visegrad 4 region: An example to follow or to avoid? Energy Policy 112.Ocelík, P., Osička, J., Zapletalová, V., Černoch, F., & Dančák, B. (2017). Local opposition and acceptance of a deep geological repository of radioactive waste in the Czech Republic: A frame analysis. Energy Policy 105.Osička, J., & Černoch, F. (2017). Anatomy of a black sheep: The roots of the Czech Republic’s pro-nuclear energy policy. Energy Research & Social Science 27.
- Prof Knud Erik JørgensenVice-Leader WG1 (New Realities)Prof Knud Erik JørgensenVice-Leader WG1 (New Realities)
- Dr. Katja BiedenkopfVice-Leader WG3 (Contestation)Dr. Katja BiedenkopfVice-Leader WG3 (Contestation)
- Prof. Michael SmithVice-Leader WG5 (Relations)Prof. Michael SmithVice-Leader WG5 (Relations)