Skip to main content
Inna Rudolf

Dr Inna Rudolf

Research Associate

Research interests

  • Conflict
  • Security
  • Politics

Biography

Dr Inna Rudolf is a Senior Research Fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR) and a postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Divided Societies. Within the XCEPT consortium, she is analysing the implications of identity politics and the mobilisation of violent memories in conflict-affected borderlands. As part of her PhD thesis at the War Studies Department of King’s College London, Rudolf focused on the hybridization of security sector governance, examining Iraq’s paramilitary umbrella – the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) – and their quest for legitimacy within the state. She received her master’s degree in political science and Islamic studies in 2012 from the University of Heidelberg.

She is also a partner at the Candid Foundation.

Events

06MarPicture: PEXELS/MURAT MARANGONZ

Arab Islamist Responses to the War on Gaza

Since 7 October 2023, the question of Palestine has re-emerged on top of the regional agenda in the Middle East.

21FebRethinking Resilience

Rethinking Resilience: Social reconstruction in Iraq and Ukraine

This webinar will bring together experts on Iraq and Ukraine to discuss the challenges of reconstructing a post-conflict society.

Please note: this event has passed.

Events

06MarPicture: PEXELS/MURAT MARANGONZ

Arab Islamist Responses to the War on Gaza

Since 7 October 2023, the question of Palestine has re-emerged on top of the regional agenda in the Middle East.

21FebRethinking Resilience

Rethinking Resilience: Social reconstruction in Iraq and Ukraine

This webinar will bring together experts on Iraq and Ukraine to discuss the challenges of reconstructing a post-conflict society.

Please note: this event has passed.