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China, Russia, the Geopolitics of COVID-19

    Listen to Prof Christian Kaunert, Dr Mike Edwards & Dr Kamil Zwolski discussing China, Russia, the geopolitics of COVID-19 and how health security links with migration security – it’s all in here! 1st Annual Jean Monnet Chair Roundtable ‘Debating European Security’ (May 2020)

    Teaching and Scholarship Podcast

      In episode 14 we talk to Kamil Zwolski, who is an Associate Professor in International Politics at The University of Southampton and The Jean Monnet Chair of European Security Governance.  Kamil is at the forefront of innovative applications in education, most notably through his student partnership projects on assessment and feedback utilising MS Teams (something that we now all find ourselves becoming familiar with whether we like it or not!). … Read More »Teaching and Scholarship Podcast

      1st Jean Monnet Chair UG Conference 2020

        It is not very often, if ever, when undergraduate students have a chance to attend an academic conference. Luckily, this was an opportunity open to students of the module Imagining European Futures at the University of Southampton. Thanks to the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, students got a gist of how it feels to disseminate their research at a conference.  The conference started with Dr Kamil… Read More »1st Jean Monnet Chair UG Conference 2020

        Southampton Students on the Challenges to European Integration

          I asked students on my research-based Jean Monnet Chair module Imagining European Futures to say a few words about their research idea and the kinds of challenges they see as key to European integration. This module is run with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

          What is Research-based Teaching and How to Implement it at a University

            This video was recorded in November 2019, documenting a Politics and International Relations (PAIR) seminar at the University of Southampton. Dr Kamil Zwolski introduced the topic of research-based teaching in undergraduate learning, focusing particularly on EU Studies and his module Imagining European Futures. The seminar was organised with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.