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Beatrix Campbell

Assistant Professor

Name
Dr. B. Campbell
Telephone
+31 70 800 9310
E-mail
b.campbell@luc.leidenuniv.nl
ORCID iD
0000-0002-4502-4589

Beatrix Futák-Campbell is an Assistant Professor of International Relations at Leiden University College based at the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs, where she also leads the World Politics programme. Her research interests include contemporary IR theory, in particular Practice Theory and Globalising IR, EU-Russia relations and migration as well as visual methods.

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Beatrix Futák-Campbell is an Assistant Professor of International Relations (IR) at Leiden University College based at the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs, where she leads the World Politics programme and is a co-convenor of the Leiden University Centre for International Relations (LUCIR)

She completed her PhD in International Relations at the University of St. Andrews and her MA in EU Studies and German and MSc in Research in Politics at the University of Edinburgh. She also trained as a conversation analyst at the University of York and Loughborough. Her research interests include contemporary IR theory, in particular Practice Theory and Globalising IR, EU-Russia relations and migration as well as methods on how to study IR. 

Previously she had worked at the University of Hamburg, University of Oxford, Vienna School of International Studies, University of Edinburgh and St Andrews, as well as at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the German Marshall Fund and the British Civil Service. 

Her first monograph was published by Manchester University Press titled Practising EU Foreign Policy: Russia and the Eastern Neighbours. She has also published in several journals including the Journal of Common Market Studies, International Politics, International Relations, Uluslararasi Iliskiler and European Security. Her edited volume Globalizing Regionalism and International Relations was published by Bristol University Press. 

During the 2017/18 academic year she was working as the principal investigator for Reading and Narrating the EU Migration/Refugee Crisis project at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS-KNAW). Currently, she holds a Marie Curie fellowship at Aberystwyth University with the project Secure Borders

She is a member of the governing board of the World International Studies Committee (WISC) and of the European International Studies Association (EISA) where she is responsible for the annual Pan-European Conference on International Relations or PEC. She also serves as an associate editor of the International Studies Review (ISR).

Assistant Professor

  • Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
  • Leiden University College

Work address

Anna van Buerenplein
Anna van Buerenplein 301
2595 DG The Hague
Room number 4.14

Contact

  • Beatrix Futák-Campbell (2024), Transit Communities and Impact of Migration: Hungary, 2017-2020. Budapest: Central European University. Boek
  • Futak-Campbell B. and Nur Küçük M. (2023), Unpacking postcolonial and masculine anxieties: Hungary and Turkey’s responses to the EU’s handling of the 2015–2016 refugee ‘crisis', European Security 32(3): 385-403. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Futák-Campbell B. and De Sauvage Nolting H. (2022), Turkey as Normative Power: Connections with the Muslim Brotherhood during the Arab Spring, Uluslararası İlişkiler Dergisi 19(74): . 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Pütz M. and Futák-Campbell B. (2021), From the ‘Open door’ policy to the Turkey deal: German foreign policy changes during the EU refugee crisis. , International Relations 36(1): 61-82. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Beatrix Futák-Campbell (2021), Facilitating Crisis: Hungarian and Slovak Securitization of Refugees and Their Implications for EU Politics, International Politics 44(1): 541–561. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Beatrix Futák-Campbell (2021), Globalizing Regionalism and International Relations. Bristol: Bristol University Press. Boek
  • Campbell B. & Wang J. (2021), Is there such thing as a Confucianist Chinese Foreign Policy? A Case Study of the Belt and Road Initiative. In: Campbell B. (Ed.), Globalizing Regionalism and International Relations: Bristol University Press. Boekdeel
  • Futák-Campbell B. and Bilgin P. (2021), Why Globalise Regionalism and IR?. In: , Globalizing Regionalism and International Relations. Bristol: Bristol University Press. Boekdeel
  • Beatrix Futák-Campbell (2020), Political Synergy: How the European Far-Right and Russia Have Joined Forces against Brussels, Atlantisch Perspectief 44(1): 30–35. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Futak‐Campbell B. and Schwieter C. (2019), Practising populism: How Right‐wing Populists Negotiate Political Competence, Journal of Common Market Studies 58(4): . 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Campbell C. and Futák-Campbell B. (2018), I Thought this is Like Magic: A Discursive Study on the Ways Patients Marginalise Homoeopathy, Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice 11(2): . 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Haggett C. and Futák-Campbell B. (2011), Tilting at Windmills? Using Discourse Analysis to Understand the Attitude-Behaviour Gap in Renewable Energy Conflicts, Mekhanizm Rehuluvannya Economiky 1(51): . 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
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