Rose's key research areas are gender, peace and conflict and conflict-related sexual violence. She has a multidisciplinary background in international law and politics (MA) and history and philosophy (BA). Her research mainly builds on feminist IR theories, constructivism and sociologists studies.
Rose is happy to supervise students who would like to write projects about gender and conflict, conflict-realted sexual violence, atrocity crimes and genocide (including from a legal perspective), the responsibility to protect, the laws of armed conflict, protection of civilians, human rights issues related to conflict and human rights law and/or who wants to use feminist IR theory. Other proposals are also welcomed.
International Security and Law, Master of Social Science, University of Southern Denmark
Award Date: 27. Jun 2017
History and Philosophy, Bachelor of Arts, Aarhus University
Award Date: 1. Jun 2015
Vice Chair, The Danish Foreign Policy Society Aarhus
- Security and Conflict
- EU and Europe
- Human Rights
- International Law
- International Organizations
- Just War