Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Katharina Bluhm (1. supervisor), Dr. Julia Langbein
Topic of PHD-Thesis: The Discourse of Economic Alienation in Czech and Polish Populist Movements: Rhetorical Choice or Pragmatic Policy? (Working Title)
Freie Universität Berlin
Doctoral Researcher, RU Orders
Education and Work Experience
- 08/2019-08/2020: International Monetary Fund - Division Coordinator
- 04/2018-11/2018: Defense Department Contract Companies - Project Consultant
- 10/2015-07/2017: Charles University in Prague, M.A. International Relations
- 07/2014-07/2017: Lingua Centrum Language School, Prague/Olomouc, Czech Republic - English Teacher
Academic Appointments, Scientific Activities & Outreach
- 04/2021: Oxford University - Europaeum Spring School (digital), 22-24 April, 2021. Paper presented: 'Questioning Neoliberal Democracy: Fundamental Tensions in Václav Klaus’ Discourse of Ideals in the Czech Market Transition'.
- 11/2020: Society of Military History Annual Meeting (digital), 13 November, 2020. Paper presented: 'Wehrmacht Decision Making: Allison’s Models in Operation Citadel, 1943'.
- Political Extremism
- Economic Inequality
- Great Power Competition
- The Politics of Belonging
- Mass Political Communication
- Authoritarianism and Totalitarianism
- Political Economy
- Political Discourses
Prushankin, Keith (2022). Understanding Russian Strategic Behavior: Imperial Strategic Culture and Putin’s Operational Code, written by Graeme P. Herd. The Hague Journal of Diplomacy (published online ahead of print 2022).