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Dr Lise Storm

Biography

CAREER HISTORY: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2010- present: Senior Lecturer in Middle East Politics. University of Exeter (UK), Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies. 

2010-2011: Conference convenor responsible for convening the annual conference of the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies (BRISMES). The event took place in June 2011, and brought together some 200 participants from across the globe.

2010-2013: Reviews editor for the academic journal Mediterranean Politics, which is published by Routledge/Taylor and Francis. The post is initially for three years.

2010: Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

2009-2010: Lecturer in Middle East Politics. University of Exeter (UK), Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies.

2007-2009: Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in Comparative Politics. University of Exeter (UK), Department of Politics.

2006-2007: Lecturer in Middle East Politics. University of Exeter (UK), Department of Politics. 

 

VISITING FELLOWSHIPS

2012: Visiting Fellow, Sorbonne/Université Paris 1 (F), Centre d'études des mondes africains.

2012: Visiting Fellow, Sciences Po (F), Centre d'études et de recherches internationales.

2009: Visiting Fellow, European University Institute (IT), Department of Political and Social Sciences.

2009: Visiting Fellow, Institut Français des Relations Internationales (F). The post was never taken up due to the birth of my daughter in May 2009.

  

EDUCATION 

2002-2006: PhD, Political Science. University of Exeter (UK), Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies.

Thesis: The Limits and Opportunities of Democratization from Above: Moroccan Political ‘Games’, 1956-2005.

Supervisor: Prof. Tim Niblock; external examiner: Dr Michael Willis (Oxford).

 

2000-2002: MA, Political Science. University of Copenhagen (DK), Institute of Political Science.

The first year of the degree was spent at Leiden University (NL), Department of Public Administration.

Dissertation: Theories of Conflict Resolution and Turkey’s Kurdish Question.

Supervisor: Prof. Dietrich Jung.

 

1997-2000: BA, Political Science. University of Copenhagen (DK), Institute of Political Science.