Jakub Eberle, Ph.D.

Senior Researcher, Institute of International Relations Prague


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Summary


 Employment

2016 - present: Senior Researcher, Institute of International Relations Prague
2016 - present: Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University

 Education

2017: British International Studies Association's Michael Nicholson Thesis Prize
2012 - 2016: PhD candidate in Politics and International Studies, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
2011 - 2012: MLitt., International Security Studies, School of International Relations, University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom
2006 - 2010: B.A.., International Area Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague

 Foreign Research Fellowships, Studies Abroad

January 2017: Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
September-December 2014: Visiting Fellow at the Center for Transnational Studies, Foreign- and Security Policy (ATASP), Freie Universität Berlin
2008-2009: Erasmus Exchange Programme, University of Kent, Department of Politics and International Relations, United Kingdom

 Teaching Experience

Teorie ve společenských vědách (Theory in Social Science). Bachelor's degree, Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University
Interpretations of Germany's Power, Identity and Foreign Policy. Master's degree. Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University
Politika a mezinárodní vztahy (Politics and International Relations). Master's degree. Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University

 Other Professional Activities

Member of ISA: The International Studies Association
Member of British International Studies Association
Member of International Association for the Study of German Politics

 Languages

Czech – native
English – fluent
German – advanced

 Areas of interest

critical theories of international relations
discourse theory and methodology
Czech foreign policy
German foreign policy

 Publications

Books, book chapters

  •  Eberle, Jakub (2012): Německá zahraničně politická kultura jako normativní a ideový základ zahraniční politiky Spolkové republiky Německo. In: Handl, Vladimír (ed.): Německo v čele Evropy? SRN jako civilní mocnost a hegemon eurozóny. Prague: Institute of International Relations.
  • Eberle, Jakub (2011): Politika vůči NATO. In: Prášil, Jan (ed.): Zahraniční politika Německa na začátku 21. století. Prague: Association for International Affairs, pp. 47-72.

Scholarly Articles (in peer-reviewed journals and journals with impact factor):

Other articles

  • Eberle, Jakub - Karásek, Tomáš (2011): Svět podle českých zahraničněpolitických elit. Mezinárodní politika 11/2011, s. 17-20.
  • Eberle, Jakub - Karásek, Tomáš (2011): The Myth of Czech Euroscepticism Revisited. European Voice, 1.11.2011.

Other publications

  • Eberle, Jakub – Handl, Vladimír – Lang, Kai-Olaf (2017): Berlin–Prag: Entfremdung vermeiden – Chancen ergreifen. SWP-Aktuell 2017/A 75, 11/2017.
  • Beneš, Vít – Eberle, Jakub – Kovář, Jan (2016): Migrační krize a její možné implikace na vnitřní chod EU. Policy paper ÚMV, 11/2016.
  • Eberle, Jakub – Handl, Vladimír (2016): Strategie české politiky vůči Německu. Policy paper ÚMV, 10/2016.
  • Beneš, Vít – Lenčéš Chalániová, Daniela – Eberle, Jakub (2016): Euroscepticism and Trustbuilding. Prague European Summit Policy Paper.
  • Eberle, Jakub Handl, Vladimír (2016): Zahraniční aktivity Saska na bilaterální, regionální a evropské úrovni. Praha: Ústav mezinárodních vztahů, (project report).
  • Dostál, Vít – Eberle, Jakub (eds., 2015): Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015. Prague: Association for International Affairs
  • Eberle, Jakub (2015): Česko-bavorské vztahy 2008 – 2014: skutečně dobré sousedství? Policy Paper 4/2014. Prague: Association for International Affairs
  • Dostál, Vít – Eberle, Jakub – Karásek, Tomáš (eds., 2014): Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2014. Prague: Association for International Affairs
  • Dostál, Vít – Eberle, Jakub – Karásek, Tomáš (eds., 2013): Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2013. Prague: Association for International Affairs
  • Kopecký, Václav – Eberle, Jakub (2011): Jak učit o změně klimatu? Prague: Association for International Affairs.

 Conference papers, lectures, seminars

  • Europe on the Move? Towards a progressive future! Heinrich Böll Foundation, Schumannstr. 8, Berlin, Germany, 17.–18.5.2018.
  • Böll Lunch Debate: What‘s the Matter with Central Eastern Europe? Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Büro EU/Brüssels, 25. 4. 2018.
  • The People and "the State": Theorizing the Relations between Populism and Foreign Policy. Panel TB80: Populism and Foreign Policy: Theoretical and Comparative Approaches, ISA's 59th Annual Convention, San Francisco, 4.–7. 4. 2018.
  • Chair and co-convener: Roundtable TD36: Re-Uses of the Other: New Perspectives on the Return of "the East" in European Geopolitical Imaginaries. ISA's 59th Annual Convention, San Francisco, 4.–7. 4. 2018.
  • Roundtable FD16: Interrogating the Void: Lacanian Psychoanalysis in International Relations. ISA's 59th Annual Convention, San Francisco, 4.–7. 4. 2018.
  • Workshop zum Thema „Gespaltene Gesellschaft“ in DDM Jihlava. eljub Dialog Jihlava, 8. 3. – 11. 3. 2018.
  • A dividual actor: Capturing competing logics of German foreign policy. Rethinking German Foreign Policy: Concepts and Cases. Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung - Archiv Grünes Gedächtnis - Berlin, 25.-26. 1. 2018.
  • It’s (Not) the (Neoliberal) Globalisation, Stupid! Insecurity & Geopolitical Change. Prague Insecurity Conference, Czernin Palace of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, 30. 11. 2017 - 1. 12. 2017.
  • O strategii české politiky vůči SRN a migrační krizi, českoněmecko/saských vztazích a Visegrádské skupině.  Lecture (with Tomáš Kafka, Director of the Central European Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) for delegation from Universität Leipzig, 9. 11. 2017.
  • Deutschland und Tschechien nach den Wahlen… ? Goethe-Institut, 14. 11. 2017.
  • Kulatý stůl: Proměny německé zahraniční politiky: ČR, Evropa, Svět. Ústav mezinárodních vztahů, 26. 9. 2017.
  • Dezinformace, expertíza, náhoda: Jak jsme se začali bát hybridních hrozeb. Čtvrteční sociologické semináře, 2. 11. 2017.
  • Chair: Relevance of the Visegrad Group in Today’s World. Asociace pro mezinárodní otázky/Association for International Affairs, 26. 7. 2017.
  • Handl, Vladimír - Eberle, Jakub: Coping with(out) Russia: Ontological security in Germany’s policies towards Russia. Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of German Politics (IASGP), London, 30. - 31. 5. 2017.
  • Forget geo-economics: Why geo-economic power does not explain German foreign policy. Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of German Politics (IASGP), London, 30. - 31. 5. 2017.
  • Chair: Transatlantic Alliance: Current Challenges. Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Marshall Plan: Past and Current Challenges of the Transatlantic Alliance. Václav Havel Library, 26. 5. 2017.
  • Češi ve Skleněném pokoji: Geopolitika, identita a touha po Západu. Výzkumné semináře Masarykova ústavu a Archivu AV ČR, v. v. i. & Institutu mezinárodních studií FSV UK. Zasedací místnost ÚČL AV ČR, 20. 3. 2017.
  • Češi a Západ ve Skleněném pokoji: Geopolitika, identita a touha. 112. Sociologický večer. FSV UK (Hollar), 15. 3. 2017.
  • Of Desires, Hierarchies and Geopolitical Imaginary: The Paradoxical Encounter between Central Europe and ‘the West’ in ‘The Glass Room’. ISA Baltimore: Understanding Change in World Politics, 22. - 25. 2. 2017.
  • Populism and Foreign Policy: A Conceptual Interrogation. ISA Working Group: The Global Rise of Populism, 21. 2. 2017.
  • (S)tisk doby. DOX, 25. 1. 2017.
  • Migration Challenge and its Implications for the EU. Tackling the Root Causes of the Migration Challenge in a Diverging Europe. MFA CR, 1. 11. 2016.
  • The Czech-German Strategic Relationship. 8th International Symposium "Czech Foreign Policy". Czernin Pallace of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. 21. 9. 2016.
  • German Dominance? Perspectives on Czech-German Relations. AMO, 5. 10. 2016.
  • Expertní seminář ke komunikaci migrace a uprchlictví. Glopolis, 15. 9. 2016.
  • Why narratives stick? Theorising success and failure of narratives in IR. ECPR General Conference, Charles University in Prague, 7. - 10. 9. 2016.
  • 6/2016: “Appreciating the Contradictory: Competing Logics of German Foreign Policy.” Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of German Politics, Prague.
  • 6/2015: “Producing the gap: The politics of the practice turn in IR.” Mind the Gap: A research workshop on discourse analysis, New Materialisms and the practice turn in the social sciences. University of Warwick, Coventry.
  • 6/2014: “Crises and Global Governance: Repoliticising the International through Sense of Failure.” British International Studies Association Annual Conference, Dublin.
  • 6/2014: “The Sultan's Court, the Kidnapped West, and the Humanitarian Intervention: Narrating Conflicts through the Modernisation/Orientalism Nexus.” BISA-PGN Postgraduate Conference, Dublin.
  • 3/2014: “Discourse, Affect, and the Madman in his Tent: Libya Crisis in German Political and Media Discourse.” Discourse Analysis in the Social Sciences: Towards a Dialogue between Theory and Analysis. University of Warwick, Coventry.
  • 11/2013: “Letting Gaddafi Rest in His Tent? Fantasising the Libya Crisis in German Political and Media Discourse.” Security and the Everyday: Warwick Graduate Conference in Security Studies. University of Warwick, Coventry.
  • 6/2013: “Bringing the Logics Approach in IR: Foreign Policy on the Intersection of ‘Sovereignty’, ‘International Community’ and ‘Peace for All’.” Trust in International Relations: BISA-PGN Postgraduate Conference, Birmingham.
  • 6/2013: “Logics Approach to Foreign Policy: Germany between ‘Sovereignty’, ‘International Community’ and ‘Peace for All’.” 11th Aberystwyth Lancaster Postgraduate Colloquium, Manchester.

 Awards

2017: British International Studies Association's Michael Nicholson Thesis Prize
2012: University of St Andrews, Sir Menzies Campbell Masters Prize for International Relations (best Masters dissertation)
2010: Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Dean’s praise for an excellent bachelor’s thesis


 Research projects

  • 2015-2016: Technology Agency of the Czech Republic. Zahraniční aktivity Saska na bilaterální, regionální a evropské úrovni [Foreign relations of Saxony on bilateral, regional and European levels.] Institute of International Relations.
  • 2016: Technology Agency of the Czech Republic. Migrační krize a její možné implikace na vnitřní chod EU: diferenciace evropské integrace, vnitřní politiky EU a politická diskuze. Institute of International Relations.
  • 2013-2014: Technology Agency of the Czech Republic. Analýza možností třístranné spolupráce mezi ČR, SRN a Polskem [Analysis of the Potential for a Trilateral Cooperation between the Czech Republic, Germany, and Poland. Member of the researcher group of the Association for International Affairs
  • 2012-2013: Technology Agency of the Czech Republic. Zahraniční aktivity Bavorska na bilaterální, regionální a evropské úrovni [Foreign relations of Bavaria on bilateral, regional and European levels.] Institute of International Relations.
  • 2010: Complex Analysis of the German Foreign Policy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the CR, member of the researcher group of the Association for International Affairs
  • 2010: The Differentiated Process of the Creation of the German Foreign Policy: Institutions, Actors, Norms and Interests, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, member of the researcher group of the Insitute of International Relations

 Columns and Selected Media Appearances

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