Tereza Jermanová, PhD is an assistant professor at the Department of Middle Eastern Studies. Her research is focused on comparative politics with a special interest in the contemporary politics of the Middle East and North Africa. In her thesis, she explored the comparative analysis of the constitution-making processes and democratization after the 2010/11 uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia. She earned her PhD in Comparative Politics at the University of Warwick in 2019 and MA with honours in North African Politics at the University of Exeter in 2013. Her PhD studies and field research were supported by the Chancellor’s Scholarship of the University of Warwick, the Marguerite Ross Barnett Fund grant, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and the American Political Science Association.
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Jermanová, Tereza (2019). “Before Constitution-making: The Struggle for Constitution-Making Design in Post-revolutionary Egypt.” Acta Politica https://doi.org/10.1057/s41269-019-00137-4
Jermanová, Tereza (et al.). (2019) “Middle East and Africa.” In Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2019. Prague: Association for International Affairs. (awaiting English translation)
„Little Pink Notebook, or Fragments of my Manic Fieldwork Adventures.” 8. února 2018, LSE Field Research Method Lab.
Dostál, Vít, and Tereza Jermanová (eds.). 2017. Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2017. Prague: Association for International Affairs.
Jermanová, Tereza, Tomáš Kaválek, and Jakub Záhora. 2016. “Middle East and North Africa.” In Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2016. Prague: Association for International Affairs (51-4).
„The Nobel Peace Prize reminds Tunisians of the limits of their revolution.” 15. října 2015, Politics Reconsidered.
Jermanová, Tereza, and Jakub Záhora. 2015. “Middle East and North Africa.” In Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015. Prague: Association for International Affairs (54-6).