PhD Candidate in Politics, Policies and International Relations, Autonomous University of Barcelona; 2017- Present, Associate Professor Blanquerna -Ramon Llull University
2019 - Visiting Researcher, Centre Jacques Berque, Rabat
Blanca Camps-Febrer is a PhD Candidate in Politics, Policies and International Relations. She completed her Masters in International Relations, Security and Development at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She is currently writing her dissertation on the Political Economy of Security in Morocco, where she lived for five years. She has taught as Associate Professor since 2014 at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (International Relations; Introduction to Political Science); since 2017 at Blanquerna - Ramón Llull University (Gender and International Relations; Seminar on Armed Conflict Analysis; Private Actors in Armed Conflicts; Research Methodologies; and Feminisms in International Relations Theory); and in 2019 at University Jaume I in Castelló (Armed Conflicts). Blanca Camps-Febrer specializes in issues such as human rights, social movements and armed conflicts in the MENA/WANA region. Outside academia, she has worked with different NGOs in Morocco, and researched for think tanks and NGOs such as ODHE (Observatory for Human Rights and Business in the Mediterranean Region) or the Centre Delas for Peace Studies.