Linus Hagström

Professor

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Institutionen för säkerhet, strategi och ledarskap

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Beskrivning
Linus Hagström is Professor of Political Science and Director of Studies for the PhD Programme in Political Science. He is also Senior Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, where he is a core member of the Asia Programme and the research group on narrative power. He leads the project: "Power shift in East Asia: Soft power analyses". Additionally, he is Research Associate at the European Institute of Japanese Studies at Stockholm School of Economics, and an editorial board member of Pacific Affairs and Journal of Northeast Asian History. Hagström's research revolves around identity, power and international security, including the role of discourse, narrative and discipline. He is also interested in methods for constructing research puzzles and the question how to motivate research. Empirically, he is mostly focused on East Asian international politics, with a special emphasis on Japan. Hagström has recently published articles in European Political Science, Washington Quarterly, Review of International Studies, European Journal of International Relations, Chinese Journal of International Politics, Journal of East Asian Studies and Global Affairs, and edited special issues for Asian Perspective and The Pacific Review. Hagström also recently edited the Swedish textbook Att forska: praktiker och roller inom samhällsvetenskapen (with Niklas Bremberg and Arita Holmberg). He currently teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and supervises two PhD students.
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Om Linus

Beskrivning
Linus Hagström is Professor of Political Science and Director of Studies for the PhD Programme in Political Science. He is also Senior Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, where he is a core member of the Asia Programme and the research group on narrative power. He leads the project: "Power shift in East Asia: Soft power analyses". Additionally, he is Research Associate at the European Institute of Japanese Studies at Stockholm School of Economics, and an editorial board member of Pacific Affairs and Journal of Northeast Asian History. Hagström's research revolves around identity, power and international security, including the role of discourse, narrative and discipline. He is also interested in methods for constructing research puzzles and the question how to motivate research. Empirically, he is mostly focused on East Asian international politics, with a special emphasis on Japan. Hagström has recently published articles in European Political Science, Washington Quarterly, Review of International Studies, European Journal of International Relations, Chinese Journal of International Politics, Journal of East Asian Studies and Global Affairs, and edited special issues for Asian Perspective and The Pacific Review. Hagström also recently edited the Swedish textbook Att forska: praktiker och roller inom samhällsvetenskapen (with Niklas Bremberg and Arita Holmberg). He currently teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and supervises two PhD students.
Linus Hagström Linus Hagström is Professor of Political Science and Director of Studies for the PhD Programme in Political Science. He is also Senior Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, where he is a core member of the Asia Programme and the research group on narrative power. He leads the project: "Power shift in East Asia: Soft power analyses". Additionally, he is Research Associate at the European Institute of Japanese Studies at Stockholm School of Economics, and an editorial board member of Pacific Affairs and Journal of Northeast Asian History. Hagström's research revolves around identity, power and international security, including the role of discourse, narrative and discipline. He is also interested in methods for constructing research puzzles and the question how to motivate research. Empirically, he is mostly focused on East Asian international politics, with a special emphasis on Japan. Hagström has recently published articles in European Political Science, Washington Quarterly, Review of International Studies, European Journal of International Relations, Chinese Journal of International Politics, Journal of East Asian Studies and Global Affairs, and edited special issues for Asian Perspective and The Pacific Review. Hagström also recently edited the Swedish textbook Att forska: praktiker och roller inom samhällsvetenskapen (with Niklas Bremberg and Arita Holmberg). He currently teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and supervises two PhD students. Försvarshögskolan Professor
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