Tanguy Struye de Swieland, Duncan McCargo, Monique Taylor

Experience Sharing: time management, interviews, abstracts Reflesctions of a Seriál PhD. Supervisor: dissertations, journal submissions, konference presentations Experience Sharing: literature review, negative aspects of dissertations

Date & Time

6. – 8.3.2023


Trainee Centre Online



Experience Sharing: time, management, interviews, abstracts

BIO: Tanguy Struye de Swielande is Professor of IR at UCL where he teaches several courses in the fields of geopolitics, geoeconomics, emerging powers, and IR theory. He developed and currently runs an e-learning Certificate in the analysis of great powers (CAGEP in French). His research focuses on the concept of grand strategy, the US-China relationship, the Indo-Pacific, and asymmetric warfare. He held the Baillet-Latour Chair (2009-2018), a chair dedicated to the – EU-China relations, providing expertise on the EU’s external actions and promoting knowledge on China as an international actor.


Reflections of a Serial PhD Supervisor: dissertations, journal submissions, conference

BIO: Prof Duncan McCargo is Director of the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies at UCPH, where he serves as a Professor of Political Science and Chair of the Asian Dynamics Initiative. He co-supervised 29 PhD students to successful completion. Between 2015 and 2019 he was visiting professor of political science at Columbia University, where he co-founded the New York Southeast Asia Network. A world-leading scholar of the comparative politics of Southeast Asia. In 2009 he was awarded the Asia Society’s inaugural Bernard Schwartz Book Prize, worth $20,000, for Tearing Apart the Land (Cornell 2008). From 2013 to 2017 he was President of the European Association for Southeast Asian Studies (EuroSEAS).



Experience Sharing: literature review, negative aspects of dissertations


BIO: Dr Monique Taylor is a political scientist, China scholar, and University Lecturer in World Politics at the University of Helsinki. Previously, she was a postdoctoral fellow in Public Policy and Global Affairs at Nanyang Technological University, research fellow at the National University of Singapore, and lecturer in the School of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Queensland. Taylor received her PhD in International Political Economy from the University of Queensland.