Rosa Maryon

Rosa Maryon

I am a Ph.D. Candidate at Cardiff University. My research is fully funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and its Doctoral Training Partnership program. My research looks at the role of security policy in the reconfiguration regime legitimacy in Egypt and Tunisia in an age of authoritarian neoliberalism. I am a steering committee member of the ISRU (Cardiff University International Studies Research Unit). I write the ISRU blog and look after the website and twitter page. I have worked as an Associate Lecturer and Seminar Tutor in Politics and International Relations.

I have a masters in Politics and Development Policy in Africa and the Global South (Politique et développement en Afrique et les pays du Sud) from the Laboratory of African Studies in the World based at Sciences Po Bordeaux. During this masters I completed a risk assessment report on a development project in Haiti for the World Bank. I have a second masters from Cardiff University in the ESRC Social Science Research Methods program specialising in International Relations. I have two undergraduate degrees - a Politics and International Relations degree from Cardiff University and a Politics and Economics degree from Sciences Po Bordeaux. I achieved First Class Honours in both these degrees. In 2014 I won the Cardiff University Undergraduate Student of the Year Scholarship.


Latest posts

‘Interstitial Moral Reasoning: Justice and the Global Commons’ Work-In-Progress presentation by Peri Roberts and Peter Sutch 13.02.2019

Posted on 6 March 2019 by Rosa Maryon

On the 13th of February 2019, Dr Peri Roberts and Professor Peter Sutch, both of the School of Law and Politics at Cardiff University, presented their work-In-progress paper entitled ‘Interstitial Moral Reasoning: Justice and the Global Commons’ at the ISRU WIP seminar.  A Senior Lecturer in Politics, Dr Roberts’ research focuses on normative political theory in
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31.01.2019 WIP Seminar “Minimal Participation Criteria in International Treaties: Explaining Their Impact on Multilateral Cooperation” by Dr Arnold, Dr Atkinson and Dr Schulz

Posted on 1 March 2019 by Rosa Maryon

On the 31st of January, the ISRU met to discuss Dr. Christian Arnold, Dr. Douglas Atkinson & Dr. Carsten Schulz’s Work-In-Progress paper entitled “Minimal Participation Criteria in International Treaties: Explaining Their Impact on Multilateral Cooperation” in the first ISRU Work-in-Progress Seminar of 2019. Dr. Christian Arnold is a Lecturer of Politics at Cardiff University. His research
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WIP Seminar with Dr Branwen Gruffydd Jones – ‘The weapon of culture: anticolonial thought and practice from Paris and Dakar to Havana and Algiers’

Posted on 25 February 2019 by Rosa Maryon

On the 28thof November 2018, at the ISRU Work in Progress seminar, Dr Branwen Gruffydd Jones presented her Work-In-Progress paper entitled “The weapon of culture: anticolonial thought and practice from Paris and Dakar to Havana and Algiers”. It is important to note that Dr Branwen Gruffydd Jones envisages this Work-in-Progress paper as part of a
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‘The Vein, the Fingerprint Machine and the Automatic Speed Detector’: A Performance by Dr Catherine Charrett 5.12.2018

Posted on 25 February 2019 by Rosa Maryon

On the 5th of December the ISRU welcomed Dr Catherine Charrett to perform her work ‘The Vein, the Fingerprint Machine and the Automatic Speed Detector’. Dr. Catherine Charrett is an Early Career Research Fellow for the Independent Social Research Foundation and is currently based at Queen Mary University of London in the School of Politics and International
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“Conceptualising the Establishment of Intergovernmental Organisations: Learning from IPCC and the IPBES” Dr Hannah Hughes & Dr Alice Vadrot

Posted on 20 February 2019 by Rosa Maryon

On the 6th of February the ISRU met to discuss the Work-In-Progress paper entitled ‘Conceptualising the establishment of intergovernmental organisations: Learning from the IPCC and IPBES’. This paper was co-authored by Dr Hannah Hughes and Dr Alice Vadrot. Dr Hannah Hughes is a lecturer in International Relations and Co-director of the Environmental Justice Research Unit
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ISRU Work-In-Progress Seminar Series Schedule Spring 2019

Posted on 15 January 2019 by Rosa Maryon

ISRU Work-In-Progress Sessions 2019 – Wednesdays 16.00-17.30 (LAW 1.28, unless indicated otherwise)   31 January: Dr Christian Arnold, Dr Douglas Atkinson (Cardiff University) & Dr Carsten Schulz (PUC Santiago de Chile) – “Minimal Participation Criteria in International Treaties: Explaining Their Impact on Multilateral Cooperation”   6 February: Dr Hannah Hughes (Cardiff University) & Dr Alice
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Upcoming Work-In-Progress Seminar 30.01.2019 “Minimal Participation Criteria in International Treaties: Explaining Their Impact on Multilateral Cooperation”

Posted on 14 January 2019 by Rosa Maryon

Dr Christian Arnold, Dr Douglas Atkinson (Cardiff University) & Dr Carsten Schulz (PUC Santiago de Chile) – “Minimal Participation Criteria in International Treaties: Explaining Their Impact on Multilateral Cooperation   16.00-17.50 Wednesday 30th of January 2019 – Room 1.28 of the Law and Politics Building   On the 30th of January the ISRU will welcome Dr Christian
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ISRU Annual Frontiers In International Relations Lecture with Professor Ruth Blakeley

Posted on 5 December 2018 by Rosa Maryon

On the 21stof November 2018 the ISRU welcomed Professor Ruth Blakeley to host our annual ‘Frontiers In International Relations’ lecture entitled ‘Human Rights Under Threat: Lessons learned from the CIA’s Rendition, Detention and Interrogation Programme’.   Professor Blakeley is a Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Sheffield and Director of the
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‘The Vein, the Fingerprint Machine and the Automatic Speed Detector’ Upcoming Performance by Dr Catherine Charrett – 5.12.2018

Posted on 28 November 2018 by Rosa Maryon

International Studies Research Unit presents a performance with Dr Catherine Charrett – 4pm-5.30pm on the 5th of December 2018.  On the 5th of December the ISRU will be welcoming Dr Catherine Charrett to perform her work ‘The Vein, the Fingerprint Machine and the Automatic Speed Detector’. This performance will be held between 4-5.30pm in room 2.28
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Anticipating Emerging Biotechnology Threats – A Case Study of CRISPR. Dr Kathleen Vogel

Posted on 9 November 2018 by Rosa Maryon

Anticipating Emerging Biotechnology Threats –A Case Study of CRISPR Dr Kathleen Vogel ISRU Work In Progress Seminar 31.10.2018  On Wednesday 31st October,the ISRU welcomed Dr KathleenVogel of the University of Maryland as part of the ISRU’sWork–in–Progress seminars. Dr Vogel presented her work-in-progresspaper ‘Anticipating Emerging Biotechnology Threats – A Case Study of CRISPR’. Dr Hannah Hughes served as discussant.
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