Dr Nikolaos Gkotsis Papaioannou
Dr. Nikolaos Gkotsis Papaioannou is Teaching Fellow in International Politics in the Department of Politics.
He holds a PhD in Politics from the University of Surrey. His doctoral thesis concerned the role of the European External Action Service in the evolution of the European Union's global actorness as a normative power, with a focus on the military operations in Somalia as case studies. He holds an LLM in Public International Law from Queen Mary and Westfield College (University of London), and a Bachelors in Political Science and Public Administration: International and European Studies from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece).
University roles and responsibilities
- Politics Director of Communication
- Senior Personal Tutor - Student Experience and Wellbeing
- PGR Seminars & Events Lead
- Wellbeing Champion
Affiliations and memberships
2019 Student Summer Internships Supervision, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), University of Surrey - Secondary supervisor for three of four projects undertaken by undergraduate students.
2019 WhoGetsYourVoteUK – Expert coding of campaign-relevant material for the 2019 UK National Elections (University of Oxford Internet Institute, University of Bath, Zürich University, Oxford Brookes, University of Surrey and University of Swansea).
2019 Country Expert for Greece - Expert coding of campaign-relevant material for the 2019 European Parliament Elections ( European University Institute EUI, Florence).
POL2027 - Approaches to Research
POLM009 - Introduction to Research
Spring Semester 2019/20:
POL1027 - Politics of Crisis
POL2029 - Comparative Politics and Government
POL3085 - Research Lab
- Gkotsis Papaioannou, N. (2018), "EU Snapshots: A Chronology of 2017", Journal of Common Market Studies Annual Review.
- Gkotsis Papaioannou, N. (2019), “EU Snapshots: The 2018 Kaleidoscope”, Journal of Common Market Studies Annual Review.