Dr Uwe Wunderlich

Uwe Wunderlich

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I have joined Aston University in June 2006 having previously taught at Royal Holloway, the School of Oriental and African Studies and at the Universities of Reading, East Anglia and Magdeburg.

Research interests

My research focuses primarily on comparative regionalism with an emphasis on Europe and Southeast Asia. Here, I am interested in the impact of context on the direction of regional projects. This includes the impact of crisis and variations in mass-politicisation and contestation of integration policies.

I am also very interested in the emergence of forms of post-national actorness and in the evolution of interregionalism within the multi-layered global governance environment.

Teaching Activity

  • LP1021 – Introduction to International Relations
  • LP2014 – International Relations: Theories and Issues
  • LP3015 – The International Relations of East Asia
  • LPM006 – International Relations Theories
  • LPM014 – (Jean Monnet Module) The EU and East Asia: Changing Dynamics in Interregional Relations
  • LPM020 – The EU as a Global Political and Economic Power
  • LPM026 – Globalisation, Regionalism and Global Governance


  • Phd (2003, University of East Anglia)
  • MA in International Relations and Asia-Pacific Studies (1998, University of East Anglia)
  • Diplomkaufmann (1997, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg)
  • Fellow of Higher Education Academy

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