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Curriculum Vitae Roman Novak, M.A.

Geboren am 11. März 1989 in Shatsk, Ukraine

  • Seit April 2017

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Lehrstuhl für Internationale Politik
Ruhr-Universität Bochum

 

Lehrveranstaltung Sommersemester 2022

MA-Seminar:

Power, ideas and interests in US foreign policy
(IIP, I: IV, II)
Do 10-12 Uhr, GD 2/236

 


Ausbildung/ Education

 

2007
Schulabchluss in Rymachy, Volyn Region, Ukraine


2007-2011
Studium am Institut für Internationale Beziehungen an der Nationalen Universität Kiew, Ukraine
Bachelor of Arts International Information


2011-2013
Studium am Institut für Internationale Beziehungen an der Nationalen Universität Kiew, Ukraine
Master of Arts International Information


2013-2016
Studium an der Fakultät für Philosophie im Studienprogramm Ethics – Economics, Law and Politics (EELP), Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Master of Arts Ethics – Economics, Law and Politics (EELP)
M.A.-Arbeit in Politikwissenschaft zum Thema: Policy Divergence of Central and Eastern European EU Member States regarding the Eurozone Accession

 

2022
Promotion Dr. rer. soc. "cum laude" an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum.
Titel der Dissertation: "Conditions for Divergence: the Czech, Lithuanian, Polish, and Slovak Preferences on EU Sanctions and Eurozone". Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Stefan Schirm.

 

 

Lehre/ Teaching

 

  • Wintersemester 2021/22: Multilateralism versus Nation-Centered Policies in International Relations (B.A. Seminar).
  • Sommersemester 2021: Differenzierte Integration in der Europäischen Union: theoretische und empirische Perspektiven (B.A. Seminar).
  • Wintersemester 2020/21: European integration in times of crises: theoretical approaches and empirical cases (B.A. Seminar).
  • Sommersemester 2020:Die Außenpolitik Deutschlands: Theoriegeleitete Analysen (B.A. Seminar).
  • Wintersemester 2019/20: Differentiated Integration in the European Union: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives (B.A. Seminar).
  • Sommersemester 2019: Europäische Integration in Zeiten der Krise: theoretische Ansätze und empirische Fälle (B.A. Seminar).
  • Wintersemester 2018/19: Power, Ideas and Interests in German Foreign Policy (B.A. Seminar).
  • Sommersemester 2018: Ursachen und Management der Eurokrise: Ideen, Interessen und Institutionen (B.A. Seminar).
  • Wintersemester 2017/18: Comparative Regionalism in Theory and Practice (B.A. Seminar).
  • Sommersemester 2017: The New Ideational Divide: How Divergent Societal Values Shape EU Policy-Making (B.A. Seminar).
  • Wintersemester 2016/17: Middle and Eastern European countries in the EU: Eurozone, Immigration and Russia (B.A. Seminar).

Akademische und wissenschaftliche Aktivitäten / Academic and Scientific Activities

 

  • 'An Explanation of the Lithuanian and Slovak Governmental Preferences Variation on EU Economic sanctions against Russia'. Paper presented in the panel: 'The Domestic Politics of Preference Formation in Europe’ at the 14th Pan-European Conference on International Relations (EISA), 13-17 September 2021 (virtual conference).
  • 'The Conditions for Divergence: an Explanation of the Czech, Lithuanian, Polish and Slovak Governmental Preferences' Variation on Eurozone Accession'. Paper presented in the workshop: ‘Thinking Outside the Box about the Inside of the (Black) Box: Second Image Reconsidered (CEEISA)' at the 8th European Workshops in International Studies, 30 June -3 July 2021 (virtual workshops).
  • 'The conditions for divergence: an explanation of the Slovak and Polish governmental preferences’ variation regarding economic sanctions on Russia'. Paper presented in the panel 'Between complex interdependence and power politics - analysis of CEE states foreign policy from theoretical perspective' at the 13th Pan-European Conference on International Relations (EISA), 11-14 September 2019, Sofia.
  • 'Value-based Ideas or Material Interests? An Explanation of Polish Governmental Preference Formation towards Eurozone Accession'. Paper presented at the 'Summer School on Democracy: Elections to the European Parliament in CEE States', 16-27 June 2019, Wroclaw.
  • 'Divergences of Central and Eastern European Countries' Policy Positions regarding the Eurozone Accession'. Paper presented in the panel 'European Union and Central European Countries' Foreign Policy' at the 12th Pan-European Conference on International Relations (EISA), 12-15 September 2018, Prague.
  • Discussant of the panel 'New Strategies and Concepts in Emerging Powers' Foreign Policies' at the 11th Pan-European Conference on International Relations (EISA), 13-16 September 2017, Barcelona.
  • Scientific and practical training at the Embassy of Ukraine in the United States of America, 4-22 March 2013, Washington D.C.
  • Participation in the international conference 'National Model United Nations', March 2010, New York.
  • Participation in the international conference '20 years of democratic changes in Central and Eastern Europe', May 2009, Zamosc.

 

Publikationen / Publications

 

  • 2020 'Value-Based Ideas or Material Interests? An Explanation of Polish Governmental Preference Formation towards Eurozone Accession'. In: Polish Political Science Review, 8(1), 100-115. (available[here]).

Mitgliedschaften / Memberships


    Graduate School on Political Cohesion (GSPC) [link].
    European International Studies Association (EISA) [link].