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O. (Olga) Burlyuk

Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Programmagroep: Political Economy and Transnational Governance
Fotograaf: Sahir Dhanani Enarth

Bezoekadres
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
  • Kamernummer: B8.07
Postadres
  • Postbus 15578
    1001 NB Amsterdam
  • Profile

    Olga Burlyuk is Assistant Professor of Europe’s external relations at the Department of Political Science (PETGOV research programme) and an affiliate of the Amsterdam Center for European Studies (ACES), the Amsterdam Research Centre for Migration (ARC-M) and the Amsterdam Centre for Conflict Studies (ACCS). She teaches courses in BSc and MSc minors “European Politics and External Relations” (EPER).  Prior to joining the University of Amsterdam, Olga was a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO) at Ghent University (BE) and worked as a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Kent (UK) and the College of Europe (campus Bruges). In 2019, she spent a semester at Harvard University (USA) as a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard’s Ukrainian Research Institute (HURI). In 2017, she taught in the University Immersion Programme at the Sichuan University (China).

    Olga holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of Kent (UK), an MA in European Studies from the University of Maastricht (NL), and Master and Bachelor in Law degrees from the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” (UA).

    Expertise and research fields

    •    International relations 
    •    European (Union) politics and external relations 
    •    Eastern Europe, post-soviet states, Ukraine
    •    Politics of knowledge production 
    •    Academic mobility and precarity

    Administrative roles

    •    Minor coordinator – BSc in Political Science minor “European Politics and Global Change” 
    •    Track coordinator – MSc in Political Science track “European Politics and External Relations” 

  • Research

    Olga does research on Europe’s external relations with a focus on EU efforts to transform third states and societies through the promotion of democracy, the rule of law and human rights, trade, development cooperation and cultural interactions. While her work is rooted in IR and European studies, it is also situated within development studies, legal studies, cultural policy studies and area studies – Eastern Europe, post-Soviet states and specifically Ukraine and Russia being the geographic area of her interest and expertise. 

    Latest projects

    •    Special Forum “The Responsibility to Remain Silent? On the Politics of Knowledge Production, Expertise and (Self-)Reflection in Russia’s War against Ukraine” (co-editor with Vjosa Musliu, Journal of International Relations and Development 2023)
    •    Global Digital Cultures project “Data Publics and the Information Front: An Analysis of Open Source Cultures Investigating Russia’s War on Ukraine” (research collaborator with Lonneke van der Velden, Guillén Torres Sepulveda and Johana Kotišová, 2022-2024)
    •    Special Issue and edited book “Unintended Consequences of EU External Action” (co-editor with Gergana Noutcheva, The International Spectator 2019  and Routledge 2020 
    •    Edited book “Civil  Society in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine” (co-editor with Natalia Shapovalova, Columbia University Press/Ibidem Verlag 2019) 
    •    Special Issue “Civil Society in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine” (co-editor with Natalia Shapovalova and Kateryna Zarembo, Kyiv-Mohyla Law and Politics Journal 2017)

    She has published articles in leading journals in her field and contributed to numerous edited volumes. See “Publications” tab below. 

    Olga’s work on migration, internationalization and coloniality in/of knowledge in academia constitutes an additional research cluster. Following the publication of her autoethnographic essay “Fending off a triple inferiority complex in academia” (Journal of Narrative Politics 2019), she has co-edited a book “Migrant Academics’ Narratives of Precarity and Resilience in Europe” (with Ladan Rahbari, Open Book Publishers 2023) and is currently working on the follow-up volume. 

    Olga is also writing an (auto)ethnographic book on motherhood, featuring 30+ anonymous first-hand accounts by highly-educated working immigrant mothers in Europe alongside her own narrative.

  • PhD Supervision

    Current PhD supervision

    Olga Burlyuk is currently a co-supervisor on two PhD projects: 

    •    Leevi Saari – “EU AI regulation and Transatlantic standard setting” – co-supervisor with Prof. Daniel Mügge within the REGULAITE Project (UvA)
    •    Louise Amoris – “The agency of the shared neighbourhood in-between Russia and the EU” – co-supervisor with Dr. Fabienne Bossuyt (Ghent University) and Dr. Laure Delcour (Sorbonne Nouvelle)

    Completed PhD projects

    She has co-supervised to completion two PhD projects: 

    •    Domenico Valenza – “Foreign policy onstage. Identities and affect in Russian and EU cultural diplomacy in Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus” – co-supervisor with Dr. Fabienne Bossuyt at Ghent University (defended in October 2023) 
    •    Marjolein Derous – “European performance revisited: EU external policy ‘making’ in Singapore, Malaysia and Laos” – co-supervisor with Prof. Jan Orbie at Ghent University (defended in September 2019)

    Doctoral Advisory Committee and Examination Board

    Olga also serves / has served as a member of the Doctoral Advisory Committee and Examination Board for the following PhD projects: 

    •    Serafine Dinkel – “The impact of autocratic third powers in the Western Balkans and Eastern Partnership on EU democratic conditionality” – a GEM-DIAMONDS project at Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Warwick University and University of Amsterdam (ongoing) 
    •    Laura Luciani – “Decentring EU human rights promotion. Three civil society struggles and the geo-politics of the EU’s interventions in the South Caucasus” – Ghent University (defended in November 2022)  
    •    Dmytro Panchuk – “EU transgovernmental cooperation through Twinning in the Eastern Neighbourhood: Democratic substance, role of Member States, and effectiveness” – Ghent University (defended in January 2017) 
    •    Bruno Vandecasteele – “The Influence of the Rotating Council Presidency on the European Union’s External Policies: An Analysis of the Hungarian, Polish and Lithuanian Council Presidencies in 2011 and 2013 and Their Influence on the EU’s Policies towards the Eastern Partnership Countries” – Ghent University (defended in May 2015)

  • Teaching

    Olga is the coordinator of the BSc in Political Science minor “European Politics and Global Change” and the MSc in Political Science track “European Politics and External Relations”.

    Together with Dr. Dimitris Bouris (as Chairholder), Olga (as Senior Researcher) works on the ATHENA Jean Monnet Chair on the EU’s role as a global actor. ATHENA addresses the subject through interdisciplinary policy and research-based activities and courses that complement teaching, research and dissemination activities. Some of the best theses, research papers and policy work by students are published on ATHENA website.

    Current teaching

    At the University of Amsterdam, Olga teaches elective courses in BSc and MSc minors “European Politics and External Relations” (EPER):

    • Introduction to European Politics and External Relations (BSc)
    • The EU and the politics of Central and Eastern Europe (BSc)
    • The EU and post-Soviet space (MSc)
    • Cultural diplomacy in Europe and beyond (MSc)

    Previous teaching courses

    She has previously taught the following courses and seminars at other universities:

    • EU Politics and Governance (MA, University of Kent)
    • Foreign Policy Analysis (MA, University of Kent)
    • EU Cultural Diplomacy (MA, the College of Europe)
    • European Union’s Neighbourhood Policies (MA/BA, Ghent University)
    • MOOC: Russia between East and West (MA/BA, Ghent University)
    • EU Migration Policy (MA, Ghent University)
    • The EU and Brexit (MA, Ghent University)
    • The EU and the Ukraine crisis (MA, Ghent University)
    • Research seminar in EU studies (MA, Ghent University)
    • Master thesis workshop (Ghent University)
    • European Union Neighbourhood Policy (BA, Sichuan University)
    • European Union in the World (MA, University of Kent)
    • Fundamentals, Dissertation and Research (MA, University of Kent)
  • Publicaties

    2024

    • Burlyuk, O., Dandashly, A., & Noutcheva, G. (2024). External democracy promotion in times of internal rule-of-law crisis: the EU and its neighbourhood. Journal of European Public Policy, 31(3), 900-924. https://doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2023.2181381
    • Poberezhna, A., Burlyuk, O., & van Heelsum, A. J. (2024). Superhero Army, Courageous People and Enchanted Land: Wartime Political Myths and Ontological Security in the 2022 Russian Invasion of Ukraine. Czech Journal of International Relations. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.32422/cjir.781

    2023

    2021

    • Burlyuk, O. (2021). Lessons from the un(rule) of law in Crimea. In L. Hamid, & J. Wouters (Eds.), L. Hamid and J. Wouters (Eds.), Rule of law and areas of limited statehood: Domestic and international dimensions (pp. 73-95). Edward Elgar Publishing.
    • Burlyuk, O. (2021). On superiority and inferiority in academia: an autoethnography. In Luntumbue V. et al. (Eds.), Places in the Sun: Post-colonial dialogues in Europe and beyond (pp. 131-141). Institute for a Greater Europe.

    2020

    • Burlyuk, O. (2020). Book review: The Europeanisation of the Western Balkans: A Failure of EU Conditionality? Journal of Common Market Studies, 58(2), 496-497. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jcms.13012
    • Burlyuk, O. (2020). Cultural policy in South Korea: Making a new patron state. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 26(4), 561-567. https://doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2019.1702035
    • Burlyuk, O., & Noutcheva, G. (2020). Unintended consequences of EU external action. In O. Burlyuk, & G. Noutcheva (Eds.), Unintended consequences of EU external action (pp. 1-15). Routledge.
    • Burlyuk, O., & Noutcheva, G. (Eds.) (2020). Unintended consequences of EU external action. Routledge.
    • Koch, D-J., & Burlyuk, O. (2020). Bounded policy learning? EU efforts to anticipate unintended consequences in conflict minerals legislation. Journal of European Public Policy, 27(10), 1441-1462.

    2019

    • Burlyuk, O. (2019). Fending off a triple inferiority complex in academia: an autoethnography. Journal of Narrative Politics, 6(1), 28-50. https://jnp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/default/article/view/115
    • Burlyuk, O., & Noutcheva, G. (2019). Introduction to the special issue: Unintended consequences of EU external action. International Spectator, 54(1), 1-15.
    • Burlyuk, O., & Noutcheva, G. (Eds.) (2019). Special Issue: Unintended consequences of EU external action: the what, the why and the how. International Spectator, 54.
    • Musliu, V., & Burlyuk, O. (2019). Imagining Ukraine. From history and myths to Maidan protests. East European Politics and Societies, 33(3), 631-655.

    2018

    • Burlyuk, O., & Axyonova, V. (2018). Protecting the rule of law in post-Soviet states: The relevance of European and Eurasian integration. In Petrov, R. & P. Van Elsuwege (Eds.), Post-Soviet constitutions and challenges of regional integration: Adapting to European and Eurasian integration projects (pp. 28-47). Routledge.
    • Burlyuk, O., & Shapovalova, N. (2018). Book review: Oleh Havrylyshyn. The political economy of independent Ukraine: Slow starts, false starts, and a last chance? (2017, Palgrave Macmillan). Kyiv-Mohyla Law and Politics Journal, 4, 195-198. https://doi.org/10.18523/kmlpj153262.2018-4.195-198
    • Burlyuk, O., & Shapovalova, N. (2018). “Veni, vidi, ...vici?” EU performance and two faces of conditionality towards Ukraine. In Dimitris Papadimitriou, Dorina Baltag and Neculai-Cristian Surubaru (eds.), The European Union and Central and Eastern Europe: Assessing performance Routledge.
    • Shapovalova, N., & Burlyuk, O. (2018). Civil society and change in Ukraine post-Euromaidan: An introduction. In Shapovalova, N. and O. Burlyuk (Eds.) Civil society in post-Euromaidan Ukraine: From revolution to consolidation (pp. 11-40). Ibidem Publishers.
    • Shapovalova, N., & Burlyuk, O. (Eds.) (2018). Civil society in post-Euromaidan Ukraine: From revolution to consolidation. Ibidem Publishers.

    2017

    • Burlyuk, O. (2017). Same end, different means: the evolution of Poland’s support for Ukraine at the European level. East European Politics and Societies, 31(2), 311-333.
    • Burlyuk, O. (2017). The “oops!” of EU engagement abroad: analyzing unintended consequences of EU external action. Journal of Common Market Studies, 55(5), 1009-1025.
    • Burlyuk, O., & Shapovalova, N. (2017). “Veni, vidi, ...vici?” EU performance and two faces of conditionality towards Ukraine. East European Politics, 33(1), 36-55.
    • Burlyuk, O., Shapovalova, N., & Zarembo, K. (2017). Introduction to the Special Issue. Civil society in Ukraine: Building on Euromaidan legacy. Kyiv-Mohyla Law and Politics Journal, 3, 1-22. https://doi.org/10.18523/kmlpj119977.2017-3.1-22
    • Burlyuk, O., Shapovalova, N., & Zarembo, K. (Eds.) (2017). Special Issue: Civil society in post-Euromaidan Ukraine. Kyiv-Mohyla Law and Politics Journal.

    2016

    • Burlyuk, O. (2016). Inescapable partners: The European Union and the Council of Europe as rule of law promoters in Ukraine. In Axyonova, V. (Ed.) European engagement under review: Exporting values, rules, and practices to the Post-Soviet space (pp. 177-202). Ibidem Publishers.
    • Van Elsuwege, P., & Burlyuk, O. (2016). Exporting the rule of law to the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood: reconciling coherence and differentiation. In Poli, S. (Ed.) The European Neighbourhood Policy – Values and Principles (pp. 167-182). Routledge.

    2015

    • Burlyuk, O. (2015). The introduction and consolidation of the rule of law in Ukraine: Domestic hindrances at the level of the demand for law. Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, 7(1), 1-25.
    • Burlyuk, O. (2015). Variation in EU external policies as a virtue: EU rule of law promotion in the neighbourhood. Journal of Common Market Studies, 53(3), 509-523.

    2014

    • Burlyuk, O. (2014). A Thorny Path to the Spotlight: The Rule of Law Component in EU External Policies and EU-Ukraine Relations. European Journal of Law Reform, 16(1), 133-153. https://www.elevenjournals.com/tijdschrift/ejlr/2014/1/1387-2370_2014_016_001_007
    • Burlyuk, O. (2014). An Ambitious Failure: Conceptualising the EU Approach to Rule of Law Promotion (in Ukraine). Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, 6(1), 26-46.
    • Burlyuk, O. (2014). The four principles that structure EU-Ukraine cooperation, or the European Neighbourhood Policy “in a nutshell”. Ukrainian Journal of European Studies, 8, 31-42.

    2024

    2023

    2020

    2019

    2020

    2019

    2018

    Mediaoptreden

    Spreker

    • Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker), Musliu, V. (invited speaker) & Shevtsova, M. (invited speaker) (19-2-2024). JIRD Special Forum Discussion "The responsibility to remain silent? On the politics of knowledge production, expertise and (self-)reflection in Russia's war against Ukraine", Ghent University. https://event.ugent.be/registration/event/5508677f-1b09-4ee8-9a29-94d3bc31d17b
    • Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker) & Melnykovska, I. (speaker) (23-11-2023). Guest lecture at the Invisible University for Ukraine: External democracy and rule of law promotion in times of internal rule of law crisis in the EU, Central European University.
    • Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker), Strelkov, A. (invited speaker) & Schiller, M. (speaker) (26-10-2023). Book talk: Migrant Academics' Narratives of Precarity and Resilience in Europe with Dr. Olga Burlyuk, Dr. Ladan Rahbari and Dr. Alexander Strelkov, Erasmus University Rotterdam. https://www.gmdcentre.nl/agenda/2023-10-26-book-talk-migrant-academics-narratives-of-precarity-and-resilience-in-europe-with
    • Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker) & Rahbari, L. (invited speaker) (23-10-2023). Lunchtime Lecture: Migrant Academics’ Narratives of Precarity and Resilience in Europe, Universiteit Gent. https://event.ugent.be/registration/event/9573ef8e-878f-4a70-aec2-b96e7fb6827f
    • Burlyuk, O. (speaker), Hendl, T. (speaker), Lokot, T. (speaker) & O'Sullivan, M. (speaker) (13-10-2023). Knowledge Production in Times of War: A roundtable, Covering Russia’s War on Ukraine: Local Media Professionals and Open-Source Investigators, Amsterdam. https://fixersandjournalists.humanities.uva.nl/covering-russias-war-on-ukraine-local-media-professionals-and-open-source-investigators/
    • Tlostanova, M. (keynote speaker), Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker), Kovats, E. (invited speaker), Ginelli, Z. (invited speaker), Hristova, T. (invited speaker) & Ishchenko, V. (invited speaker) (12-10-2023). Decolonial Lecture Series: Who is afraid of decoloniality?, VU Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
    • Mälksoo, M. (invited speaker), Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker), Voelkner, N. (invited speaker), Ghosh, S. (invited speaker), Rothe, D. (invited speaker) & Vorlíček, D. (speaker) (6-9-2023). EISA PEC 2023 Plenary Session - Democratizing the construction of future orders, European International Studies Association Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Potsdam. https://pec2023.eisa-net.org/plenary-sessions/
    • Burlyuk, O. (speaker) & Rahbari, L. (speaker) (16-5-2023). A talk with the book editors Dr. Olga Burlyuk and Dr. Ladan Rahbari in conversation with Dr. Memory Mphaphul, Vrije Universiteit Brussel. https://brussels-school.be/event/migrant-academics-narratives-precarity-and-resilience-europe
    • Burlyuk, O. (speaker) (9-5-2023). Speaker at the launch of the European Sentiment Compass 2023, European Cultural Foundation (ECF). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6lVZXP8UI0&t=2s
    • Rutten, E. (keynote speaker), Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker), Hnyp, M. (invited speaker), Klompenhouwer, K. (invited speaker) & Kramers, D. (invited speaker) (11-1-2023). What is the state of knowledge on Ukraine in the Netherlands and Flanders?, 'What is the state of knowledge on Ukraine in the Netherlands and Flanders?' Ukraine Knowledge Conference, OpenDoorUkraineNL i.c.w. Clingendael Institute for International Relations, Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken, Den Haag. https://opendoorukraine.nl/knowledge,-culture-civil-society/news/odu-organises-ukraine-knowledge-conference-in-the-hague
    • Burlyuk, O. (speaker) (2-12-2022). The Politics of Knowledge Production: Feminist reflections on Russia's war against Ukraine, LSE London. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AucwwYZplNA
    • Burlyuk, O. (speaker), Musliu, V. (speaker), Shevtsova, M. (speaker) & Stavrevska, E. (speaker) (28-11-2022). The politics of knowledge production: Feminist reflections on Russia's war against Ukraine, London School of Economics and Political Science. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AucwwYZplNA
    • Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker), Scicluna, C. (speaker) & Youngs, R. (speaker) (16-11-2022). Exploring Worldwide Democratic Innovations - Report launch, European Democracy Hub.
    • Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker) (29-10-2022). Nacht van de Geschiedenis 2022 - Panelgesprek - Crisis in Europa: de Europese vluchtelingencrisis in historisch perspectief, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
    • Burlyuk, O. (speaker) (24-10-2022). Expert Exchange - Do victory and EU integration suffice? The future of Ukraine’s society, politics and economy after the war, SWP Brussels.
    • Burlyuk, O. (keynote speaker) & Bohle, D. (speaker) (17-10-2022). IPW Lectures: On Russia’s war against Ukraine and epistemic imperialism, University of Vienna, Austria.
    • Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker) (31-8-2022). Democracy’s Clear and Present Danger: How Do We Respond? The 26th annual Forum 2000 Conference, FORUM 2000. https://www.forum2000.cz/en/projects/democracys-clear-and-present-danger-how-do-we-respond
    • Hoekstra, W. (keynote speaker), Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker) & Berendsen, T. (speaker) (17-6-2022). CDA-EUROPACONFERENTIE – Europese strategische autonomie in een verschuivende wereldorde, CDA-Europa Conferentie 2022: Europese strategische autonomie in een verschuivende wereldorde, Den Haag. https://www.jeroenlenaers.nl/cda-europaconferentie-europese-strategische-autonomie-in-een-verschuivende-wereldorde/
    • Burlyuk, O. (speaker), Casier, T. (speaker) & David, M. (speaker) (2-6-2022). Roundtable: Europe’s Turning Point?, RENPET Network Conference, Leiden.
    • Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker), Wijermars, M. (invited speaker) & Casier, T. (speaker) (31-3-2022). The war in Ukraine: one month on, University of Kent. https://research.kent.ac.uk/global-europe-centre/2022/03/28/the-war-in-ukraine-one-month-on/
    • Burlyuk, O. (keynote speaker) (29-3-2022). .ua discussions #3: Civil society in post-Maidan Ukraine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpJEmjUeOa0
    • Burlyuk, O. (speaker) & Strelkov, A. (speaker) (15-3-2022). The implications of the war in Ukraine, European Institute.
    • Burlyuk, O. (invited speaker), van Hooft, P. (speaker), Wagner, W. (speaker) & Pattberg, P. (speaker) (15-3-2022). Russian invasion of Ukraine: How to (re)act?, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.
    • Burlyuk, O. (keynote speaker) & Rouyer, M. (speaker) (3-3-2022). Forces of peace, comfort and reason in the face of the current war in Ukraine, University of Nantes.
    • Etkind, A. (speaker), Burlyuk, O. (speaker), Kemper, M. (speaker), Noack, C. (speaker), Kotišová, J. (speaker), Rutten, E. (speaker) & Cebulak, P. (speaker) (2-3-2022). War at Our Door. https://www.uva.nl/shared-content/uva/en/events/2022/03/war-at-our-door.html
    • Bialasiewicz, L. (speaker), Burlyuk, O. (speaker), Kimmage, M. (speaker), Makhortykh, M. (speaker), O'Loughlin, J. (speaker), Sasse, G. (speaker) & Toal, G. (speaker) (15-2-2022). Ukraine and Europe beyond great power geopolitics. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efnyIlMlzZw&list=PL8roVYSOmToXIcgkDudsxDzgk4RaBQA2l&index=41

    Andere

    • Burlyuk, O. (participant) (30-11-2023 - 1-12-2023). The politics of knowledge production and the Russo-Ukrainian War, Vienna (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Burlyuk, O. (participant), Freyberg-Inan, A. (organiser), Komornicka, A. (organiser) & Simons, J. (organiser) (10-11-2023). Europe’s Periphery at the Core: Interdisciplinary Conversations on Central and Eastern Europe, Amsterdam (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Burlyuk, O. (participant) (15-10-2023 - 17-10-2023). 27th Forum 2000 Conference, Prague (participating in a conference, workshop, ...). https://www.forum2000.cz/en/projects/27th-forum-2000-conference
    • Kotišová, J. (organiser), van der Velden, L. (organiser), Burlyuk, O. (organiser) & Torres Sepulveda, G. (organiser) (12-10-2023 - 13-10-2023). Covering Russia’s War on Ukraine: Local Media Professionals and Open-Source Investigators, Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...). https://fixersandjournalists.humanities.uva.nl/covering-russias-war-on-ukraine-local-media-professionals-and-open-source-investigators/
    • Burlyuk, O. (participant) (5-9-2023 - 9-9-2023). European International Studies Association Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Potsdam (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Burlyuk, O. (participant) (6-7-2023). REKA-conferentie Van nieuwe realiteit tot nieuw beleid: kansen in Oost-Europa, The Hague (participating in a conference, workshop, ...). https://www.clingendael.org/event/reka-conferentie-2023-van-nieuwe-realiteit-tot-nieuw-beleid
    • Burlyuk, O. (participant) (27-6-2023). Gender inequality and precarity in European academia, Brussels (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Burlyuk, O. (participant) (14-5-2023 - 17-5-2023). European Union in International Affairs Conference, Brussels (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Rahbari, L. (organiser), Burlyuk, O. (organiser), Vatansever, A. (participant), Täuber, S. (participant), Bracke, S. (participant) & Dea, S. (participant) (21-4-2023). Book presentation and panel discussion: Academic Freedom and Precarity in the Global North Academy, Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Burlyuk, O. (participant), Vatansever, A. (participant) & Roohi, S. (participant) (20-4-2023). A book talk with authors and editors: Migrant academics' narratives of precarity and resilience in Europe, Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Bialasiewicz, L. (organiser) & Burlyuk, O. (participant) (2-2-2023 - 3-2-2023). The trouble with EU geopolitics: for a new research (and practice) agenda, Amsterdam (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Bouris, D. (organiser), Burlyuk, O. (participant) & Lazarou, E. (participant) (24-11-2022). ATHENA Practitioners Engagement Series: The EU's response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Amsterdam (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
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