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Beatrix Campbell

Assistant Professor

Dr. B. Campbell
+31 70 800 9310

Beatrix Futák-Campbell is Assistant Professor of International Relations. She completed her PhD in International Relations from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland and her MA in EU Studies and MSc in Research in Politics from the University of Edinburgh. Her research interests include contemporary IR theory, especially Poststructuralism and global IR, EU relations with Russia and methods & methodologies on how to study IR. She is also trained as a conversation analyst at the University of York and Loughborough. Previously she was a Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Hamburg and Oxford, she taught at the University of Edinburgh and St Andrews, and she also worked for the United Nation Office on Drugs and Crime, The German Marshall Fund and the British civil service. She is currently working on two book projects (i) Research Methods in IR (Palgrave) and (ii) EU Foreign Policy Practices (University of Manchester Press); as well as developing training material for diplomats.

Academic Expertise

  • International Relations Theory
  • EU Integration Theory
  • EU Foreign Policy
  • Russia
  • EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood
  • Research Methods in International Relations


  • The EU and its Neighbourhood
  • Introduction to Transnational Politics
  • Research Methods in International Relations

Assistant Professor

  • Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
  • Leiden University College

Work address

Anna van Buerenplein
Anna van Buerenplein 301
2595 DG Den Haag
Room number 4.14


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