Mathilde Tomine Eriksdatter Giske

Advisor

Mathilde Tomine Eriksdatter Giske works as an advisor in the Research group on peace, conflict and development at NUPI. 

She holds two master’s degrees, one in political science and one in history, from the University of Agder. Giske’s master’s thesis in political science analysed EU foreign policy, with a particular focus on the concept of “resilience”. 

Her research interests revolve around the UN and the Security Council, EU foreign and security policy and European integration, global order, transnational relations, women, peace and security, political extremism and power structures.


EDUCATION:

2018 - 2020 Master's degree in political science, Department of Political Science and Management, University of Agder

2018 - 2020 Master's degree in history, Department of Religion, Philosophy and History, University of Agder

2019            European Integration Summer School (EISS)

2018            Bachelor's in Political Science, Department of Political Science and Management, University of Agder

2017            Bachelor's in History, Department of Religion, Philosophy and History, University of Agder

2016            Bachelor's in English, Department of Foreign Languages and Translation, University of Agder

WORK EXPERIENCE:

2021 -           Advisor, NUPI

2020 - 2021 Graduate Research Fellow,/Junior Research Fellow Norwegian Institute of Foreign Affairs

2019             Research assistant, Department of Political Science and Management, University of Agder

2019             Intern, Oxford Research

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