Tereza Novotná
Senior Associate Research Fellow
tnovotna@europeum.org

Dr Tereza Novotná is a Senior Associate Research Fellow at the EUROPEUM and Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow at the Center for European Integration at Free University Berlin where she works on her two-year “EUSKOR” research project (Horizon 2020 grant agreement No 797977) about the role of the EU in the North Korean crisis and in North East Asia. She also collaborates with the Institute for European Studies, Université libre de Bruxelles where she held two post-doc positions from 2012 to 2017. In 2017-2018, Tereza was a Korea Foundation Visiting Professor at the EU Center at Seoul National University and a Fudan Fellow at Fudan University in Shanghai.

Tereza received her Ph.D. in Politics and European Studies from Boston University in 2012 and other degrees from Charles University Prague. Before completing her doctorate, she has held various visiting fellowships at SAIS Center for Transatlantic Relations in Washington DC, Harvard’s Center for European Studies, University of Birmingham, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik Brussels, DGAP Berlin (supported by a DAAD grant), IWM in Vienna and the Max-Planck in Cologne. Tereza is the author of the monograph How Germany Unified and the EU Enlarged: Negotiating the Accession through Transplantation and Adaptation (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) and a co-editor of The Politics of Transatlantic Trade Negotiations: TTIP in a Globalized World (Ashgate, 2015). Her other research has been published in, among others, Journal of Common Market Studies, Studia Diplomatica, German Politics and Society, West European Politics, and Journal for Contemporary European Research as well as numerous policy and media outlets, including Washington Post, EurActiv, EU Observer, The Conversation, FEPS, ISPI Milan, LSE IDEAS EUROPP blog, Lidové noviny and others. She has also practical experience from working for the European Commission, DG RELEX/EEAS, the EU Delegation in Washington, DC and the Czech Permanent Representation to the EU.

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