izr. prof. dr. Petra Roter

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  • izr. prof. dr. Petra Roter, visokošolska učiteljica
    Kontaktne informacije:
    Službeni telefon: 01/ 5805-384
    Email: is.jl-inu.vdf@retor.artep
    Govorilne in uradne ure:
    času izpitnega obdobja so GU po dogovoru. Do konca leta 2017 zaradi študijskega dopusta ni govorilnih ur. 
    Office hours: there are no office hours until end of 2017 (due to sabbatical).



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    ELEKTRONSKA OBRAVNAVA IN PODPISOVANJE VSEH OBRAZCEV
    (za izmenjave,
    prošnje, prijave itd.) STA POGOJENA S PREDHODNIM OSEBNIM POGOVOROM NA GU.
    (Prosim, ne pričakujte obravnave obrazcev, če se nismo o zadevi pogovorili.)
    I WILL PROCESS ALL ELECTRONIC FORMS (for student exchange, applications,
    requests etc.) ONLY AFTER AN ACTUAL (IN PERSON) DISCUSSION ABOUT THE
    SUBJECT MATTER.


    PRIJAVA MAGISTRSKIH DEL: (so)mentorstva in potrjevanje skrbnice programa MO
    Celoten proces prijave magistrske naloge na programu Mednarodni odnosi poteka
    na podlagi raziskovalnega načrta, kot ga študenti pripravijo pri predmetu Raziskovalni
    seminar (načrt za magisstrsko nalogo temelji na analizi primarnih in sekundarnih
    virov in vsebuje: opredelitev relevantne problematike, raziskovalnega problema,
    razsikovalnega vprašanja, hipoteze, cilja magistrske naloge, strukture z metodologijo
    (pri strukturi je potrebno razdelati vsa poglavja, in sicer v obliki cilja poglavja, kratke
    vsebine poglavja in uporabljenih metod za doseganje cilja; metodologija je lahko
    zapisana kot poseben razdelek za celotno nalogo).
    Tak osnutek je dolg od tri do največ pet strani (brez seznama uporabljenih virov),
    pripravljen je skladno s pravili FDV, temelji na analizi vsaj 15 enot literature (virov).
    Ko osnutek potrdi mentor/ica, ga študent odda skrbnici programa, nekaj dni pred
    GU, nato pa se osebno oglasijo pri skrbnici programa (po predhodnem dogovoru,
    da bom do srečanja prebrala osnutek).
    Šele nato poteka elektronsko izpolnjevanje in podpisovanje obrazcev. ELEKTRONSKI
    OBRAZEC JE TOREJ SAMO ZADNJI KORAK, VSE OSTALO OSTANE NESPREMENJENO,
    KOT JE PRIJAVA POTEKALA DOSLEJ.

    MA THESIS PROPOSALS (MA in International Relations):
    All students are first required to prepare a detailed research plan (proposal) od their MA
    thesis, submit it first to their supervisor, and then to the programme co-ordinator (Dr P.
    Roter). Only after approval of the proposal, first by their supervisor and second by the
    programme co-ordinator, will the process of filling in and approving of their e-form begin
    (i.e. the form available in the faculty's web office is the last step in the process).
    All MA proposals are to be prepared in the form of a research plan as practices within
    the Research Seminar. Such a research plan should be based on a thorough analysis
    of the relevant primary and secondary sources (at least 15, all used in the proposal) and
    it should be comprised of: a relevant topic leading to a research problem, a research
    question, a hypothesis and a goal of the MA thesis, a detailed explanation of the structure
    of the thesis (each chapter should have a goal, a description of its contents and methods
    to be used to achieve the goal), and methodology (this can be explained in a separate
    section of the proposal, or as a part of the structure of the MA thesis).
    MA proposals should be written following the guidelines for authors as applicable at the
    Faculty of Social Sciences, and it should be between 3 and 5 pages, excluding the list of
    used sources (at least 15).
    Procedure (once again): a research plan, an approval by your supervisor, the plan to be
    submitted to me at least a few days before my office hours, then get in touch with me to
    arrange a meeting where we will discuss your MA proposal (your research plan), only
    when your plan is approved by your supervisor and by me, you will be able to proceed to
    filling in the e-form in the web office.
    Prostor:
    B 114
    Sodelovanje pri predmetih:

    Dodiplomski študij
    Evropske institucije
    Mednarodni odnosi
    Mednarodno varstvo človekovih pravic
    Mednarodno varstvo manjšin

    Podiplomski študij
    Magistrsko delo
    Mednarodno upravljanje konfliktov
    Raziskovalni seminar iz mednarodnih odnosov
    Ekspertna področja:
  • Petra Roter is an Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Ljubljana, where she teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses on, among others, International Relations, International Protection of Minorities, International Protection of Human Rights and International Conflict Management. She is a senior research fellow at the Centre of International Relations, Faculty of Social Sciences. She holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of Cambridge. She was a GARNET Visiting Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation at the University of Warwick, Visiting Research Fellow at the European Centre for Minority Issues in Flensburg (Germany) and a DAAD Fellow at the University of Tübingen (Germany). She is a Visiting Scholar at Cambridge University (Department of Politics and International Studies) between September and December 2017. 

    She is Slovenia’s national director for the European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation (Venice; EMA) and she co-ordinates the master programme in International Relations (in English) at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences. She was elected to the European Inter-University Centre's Board (in 2014), and she was a member of the EMA Executive Committee for two terms (until Dec. 2015).

    She has taught on diversity management, minority protection and democratisation in Venice (EMA), at the University of Padua (MA programme in Human Rights and Multi-Level Governance), and in Trento/Budapest/Regensburg/Ljubljana (MA joint degree programme in Comparative Local Development).

    She has written and co-edited books on minority protection, integration as applicable to new minorities, human rights protection and on the mapping of the new world order (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009, with T. Volgy, Z. Šabič and A. Gerlak). She has authored articles in the Journal of International Relations and Development, the Parliamentary Affairs, the Mediterranean Politics, the International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, the European Yearbook of Minority Issues, the Croatian International Relations Review, the Mediterranean Quarterly and Treatises and Documents. She co-ordinated several EU-funded research projects at the Centre of International Relations, University of Ljubljana, and is a member of several editorial boards (Journal of Human Security, Treatises and Documents, European Yearbook of Minority Issues). She served as a co-editor of the Journal of International Relations and Development (a SSCI-listed journal).

    As an independent expert, she has co-operated with the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities. She has been elected (in respect of Slovenia) to the Advisory Committee of the Council of Europe’s Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities as an independent expert. In November 2014, she was elected the First Vice President of the Advisory Committee (for a period of two years), and in October 2016, she was elected as President of the Advisory Committee for the period of two years (2016-2018). She was a member of the Human Rights Commission in Slovenia and she served as an independent expert in a working group on minority protection in Slovenia.