Laura BERLINGOZZI

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PhD Student
Université Libre de Bruxelles 
Institut d'études européennes - Bureau R41.1.306
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 39
1050 Bruxelles
Belgium 
Bio
Laura Berlingozzi is a Ph.D. candidate in Political Science, European Politics and International Relations at the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa and visiting researcher at the REPI (Recherche et Etudes en Politique Internationale) at the ULB. She holds a second level Master Diploma in Diplomacy and International Politics from the University of Bologna and a master’s degree in International Politics from the University of Padua. Laura has worked for four years for several Brussels-based organisations such as the European Parliament and different NGOs. She also studied in NY and in Sweden.
CV
  • Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science, European Politics and International Relations, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (2017-2020)
  • Second‐level Master's Programme in Diplomacy and International Politics, Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna (2013-2014)
  • Master’s degree in International Politics and Diplomacy, University of Padua (2009-2012)  110 summa cum laude/110
  • Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Communication, University of Perugia (2004-2008) 110/110 
Domaines d'intérêt
  • International relations ​​

  • Security Studies 

  • Critical Terrorism Studies 

  • Gender studies

Présentation des recherches

Her doctoral research is titled "Countering the analytical short circuits in the understanding of gender in terrorism studies and counter-terrorism policies"

The project, through a multi-disciplinary approach, aims at understanding the interplay between gender, terrorism and counter-terrorism, and attempts to achieve a more attuned theoretical conception and discernment of terrorism and political violence. It intends to fill the gaps in the security studies literature by employing a gender lens. Through the analysis of EU, UN, and NATO CT/P-CVE policies, the research unravels the extent to which these consider a gender dimension and it investigates the effects that these policies and strategies have on women at the community level in the cases of Iraq and Mali.