Tatjana Kuhn is programme manager and research fellow at the Centre international de formation européenne (CIFE) where she coordinates the PhD Support Programme EUCACIS (“The EU, Central Asia and the South Caucasus in the International System”). She has studied Sociology and English Studies at the University of Mannheim (Germany) and International Relations at Linköping University (Sweden). Prior to her occupation at CIFE, Tatjana Kuhn has gained experience at the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB), the Goethe-Institut and at the German Development Cooperation Agency (GIZ) in Sri Lanka. Her research interest lies in political philosophy, security studies, global environmental politics and Central Asia.
As programme manager in EUCACIS, Ms. Kuhn is closely working with junior scientists from Central Asia and, hence, appreciates the opportunity to enhance the research networks between European and Central Asian scientists within SEnECA. In SEnECA, she is Co-Lead for Work Package 3 (Awareness-Raising, Dissemination and Communication) and will also contribute to the research on the Great Powers involvement and education in Central Asia (among other topics).