Míla O’Sullivan Researcher
Míla O´Sullivan is a Researcher at the Centre for Global Political Economy. She studied International Relations and Diplomacy at the Anglo-American University in Prague (Mgr.) and International Relations and European Studies, a joint programme of the Institute of International Relations and the Metropolitan University Prague (PhD). She works as the Book Reviews Editor for the Czech Journal of International Relations. She previously worked for non-governmental organizations Otevřená společnost o.p.s. and the Open Society Fund Prague or Aperio, o.s. Her professional interest includes primarily feminist International Relations with the focus on the UN’s Women, Peace and Security agenda in various contexts, especially in Central and Eastern Europe and Ukraine. She serves as an academic advisor on gender in Czech foreign policy in various government and non-government bodies.
- Krulišová, Kateřina, and Míla O'Sullivan. 2022. “Feminist Security Studies in Europe: Beyond Western Academics’ Club”. In Feminist IR in Europe: Knowledge Production in Academic Institutions, edited by Maria Stern and Ann E. Towns, 33-53. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. (Link)
- O’Sullivan, M., Krulisova K. 2020. “This Agenda Will Never Be Politically Popular”: Central Europe’s Anti-Gender Mobilization and The Czech Women, Peace and Security Agenda, International Feminist Journal of Politics.
- O’Sullivan, Míla (2020): The Forgotten Lives: Connecting Gender, Security, and Everyday Livelihoods in Ukraine's Conflict, Politics & Gender, Cambridge University Press (online first).
- O’Sullivan, Míla (2019): “Being strong enough to defend yourself”: untangling the Women, Peace and Security agenda amidst the Ukrainian conflict, International Feminist Journal of Politics, 21:5, 746-767.
- O’Sullivan, Míla (2019): The Women, Peace and Security Agenda: The Unfinished Story of Feminist Revolution versus Compromise in Global Politics. Mezinárodní vztahy / Czech Journal of International Relations, vol. 54, no. 4.
- 2017-2021: "Gender Equality in Czech Foreign Policy and DevelopmentAssistance", projekt OPZ, spoluřešitelka.
- 2017-2018: “Feminist Security Scholarship and Its Influence on Gender, Peace and Security Policies of the EU, NATO and the OSCE”, Interní grantový systém, Metropolitní univerzita Praha, hlavní řešitelka.
- 2018-2019: “The Role of Feminist Knowledge in Institutions of Global Security Governance”, Interní grantový systém, Metropolitní univerzita Praha, hlavní řešitelka.