Gerlinde Groitl

Programm: Zukunftsbrücke - Chinese-German Young Professional Campus
Jahrgang: Jahrgang 2017
Dr Gerlinde Groitl serves as Assistant Professor of International Politics and Transatlantic Relations at the University of Regensburg, Germany. Her main interests are US, German and European foreign and security policy, security and defense matters as well as questions of world order, great power relations and global power shifts. Over the course of her academic career, she has taught about 50 seminars at the graduate and undergraduate levels, published two monographs and close to 20 articles. Her current post-doc research project on the strategic interaction between Russia, China and the West analyzes the strategies great powers use to shape the international order. Gerlinde is an alumna of several US- and security-related networking programs, held visiting fellowships at the Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC, and the London School of Economics and Political Science and is a member of the "Young leaders in security policy" of the Federal Academy for Security Policy, Berlin. She studied at the University of Regensburg and at American University, Washington, DC, and holds a Magister degree (M.A.) in American Studies, Political Science and German Studies as well as a doctoral degree in Political Science.