Rebecca Adler Nissen Rebecca Adler-Nissen is Professor in the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen and director of DIPLOFACE. Her research focuses on International Relations theory, diplomacy, sovereignty and European integration as well as digital methods, participant observation and anthropological methods in IR. In addition, Adler-Nissen is director of the research project Digital Disinformation.
Ayse Zarakol Ayşe Zarakol is a Reader in International Relations in the POLIS Department and a Fellow at Emmanuel College. Her research interests are in international security (focusing on approaches rooted in social theory and historical sociology), the evolution of East and West relations, declining and rising powers, and politics of non-Western regional powers (Turkey, Russia, Japan and Thailand).
Kristin Anabel Eggeling Kristin Anabel Eggeling is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen. Her research interests are in practice theory, identity politics, diplomacy, interpretive methods and methodologies, ethnography, and fieldwork in International Relations"
Patrice Wangen Patrice Wangen is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen. His research focuses on media discourses, armed conflicts, and humanitarian interventions. He has a particular interest in the theory-guided, critical, and reflexive application of advanced methods of quantitative text analysis to social scientific research questions.
Viktor Emil Madsen Viktor Emil Madsen is a student research assistant at DIPLOFACE. His main academic interests are IR, ethnography and constructivist theory.