Edyta Roszko

Edyta Roszko

Postdoc

EDUCATION

2011-PhD in Social Anthroplogy, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology/Martin Luther University, Halle Wittenberg, Germany

2002-MA in Ethnology, University of Łódź, Institute of Ethnology, Poland.

SUPLEMENTARY LANGUAGE EDUCATION

2009-2013 Language Certificate in Mandarin, Taipei Language Institute, Chinese Culture University (Taiwan ROC), and School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Durham University (UK)

2002-2005 Language Certificate in Advanced Vietnamese, Vietnam National University in Hanoi.

CURRENT POSITIONS

2014-Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dept. of Cross/Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2016-2018 Research Associate, School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University, UK

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

2013-2016 Marie Curie Fellow, School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University, UK

2012-2013 Rechtskulturen Postdoctoral Fellow, Forum Transregionale Studien and Humbold School of Law, Germany

2011-2012 External Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2009-2011 Research Fellow, Center for Asia and Pacific Area Studies, Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC

2006-2009 Doctoral Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany

2002-2005 Doctoral student, Institute for Religious Studies, Vietnam Academy of Social Science, Vietnam.

FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS AND AWARDS

2016-2018 School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University. Awarded by the Economic and Social Research Council UK (ESRC-AHRC Forced Displacement Call, PI:Claire Sutherland). Role: Co-Investigator.

2014-2018 Dept. of Cross/cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen. Awarded by the Danish Council for Independent Research in Culture and Humanities, Denmark.

2013-2016 School of Governmnet and International Afairs, Durham University. FP7-PEOPLE/2012-Intra European Fellowship-European Commission, EU.

2015-2016 Visiting Fellowship, Institute for Religion, Politics, and Society. Awarded by the Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Australia.

2012-2013 Rechtskulturen Postdoctoral Fellowship, Humbold School of Law. Awarded by the Berlin Forum Transregionale Studien, Germany.

2009-2011 Academia Sinica Fellowship for Doctoral Candidates in the Humantities and Social Sciences, Center of Asia and Pacific Area Studies. Awarded by the Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC.

2006-2009 Doctoral Research Fellowship, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle. Awarded by the Max Planck Society, Germany.

2002-2005 Doctoral Student Scholarship, Vietnam Academy of Social Science in Hanoi. Awarded by the Ministry of Education, Poland.

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

2015 Fellow of The higher Education Academy (HEA): Recognition of attainment against UL Proffesional Standard Framework for teaching and learning support in HE.

2013-2015 Postgraduate Certifocate in Academic Practice (PG CAP): Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Programme, UK HEA accredited.

2011-ongoing 4 MA and 4 BA courses: designing, exam marking, lecturing and tutorials, Durham University, University of Copenhagen.

Knowledge of languages

English, Russian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Polish.

Education

PhD

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