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Dr Outi Keranen

Teaching Fellow in International Political Economy and International Relations

Outi Keranen
  • Name: Dr Outi Keranen
  • Position: Teaching Fellow in International Political Economy and International Relations
  • Room: G.02, 31 Tavistock Sq.
  • Telephone:
  • Fax: 020 7679 4969
  • Email: outi.keranen@ucl.ac.uk

Introduction

Outi Keranen is a Teaching Fellow in International Political Economy and International Relations and an associate at LSE IDEAS research center. She holds MSc in International Relations from the University of Bristol and doctorate from the Department of International Relations at the LSE. Outi has previously held the post of Visiting Lecturer at University of Westminster and taught widely on International Relations and Peace and Conflict Studies.   

Research Interests

Outi’s research interests are in conflict and peace in international relations. Her primary research focuses on statebuilding in post-conflict and fragile regions. She is currently working on identity-related aspects of statebuilding and on the aftermath of the international intervention in Libya.  Outi’s second strand of research looks at peace beyond war-torn and fragile regions: she is a co-investigator in an inter-disciplinary LSE-based project investigating media representations of the Euro zone crisis across EU member states. The research focuses on the diverging public perceptions of the crisis and ideas of Europe as well as on the role of media in the crisis. She is co-editor and contributor to the Euro Crisis in the Press – blog.   

Publications

  • ‘International statebuilding as contentious politics: the case of post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina’. Nationalities Papers. 41 (3) 2013.
  • Book chapter ‘International statebuilding as contentious politics: the case of post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina’in Keil, S (Ed.) Statebuilding in the Western Balkans: European Approaches to Democratization. Routledge. (forthcoming, November 2013).
  • ‘Building States and Identities in Post-Conflict States: Symbolic Practices in Post-Dayton Bosnia’.Civil Wars (forthcoming, 2014).
  • ’Scholars as Peace-Makers? Academic Diplomacy in Indonesia’ LSE Review of Books, 18 March 2013.

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