Isabel Rocha de Siqueira

PhD in International Relations

Professor and Adjunct Director at the Institute of International Relations (IRI), PUC-Rio, and researcher at the BRICS Policy Center. She has a PhD in International Relations from the Department of War Studies, King’s College London, with a full merit doctorate scholarship from CAPES, a Master’s (MSc) in International Relations from IRI/PUC-Rio and a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from PUC-Rio. In 2019, she was awarded the title of Young Scientist of Our State (JCNE), by Faperj. Her areas of research include development and international cooperation, intersection between peace and development, Agenda 2030, data and policies on development, feminist and Southern contributions to rethinking data policy and its impacts on solidarity, responsibility and coexistence. She currently coordinates the Laboratory of Methodology at IRI/PUC-Rio (graduate) and she is the coordinator of Scientific Initiation (undergraduate) at IRI. She founded and coordinated the Critical Approaches to Development network (ACD-network). She also co-coordinate the Security and Development in the Global South (SEED) research line at the BRICS Policy Center. She is a member of the executive board and co-founder of the Digital Humanities Laboratory at PUC-Rio. She works as a review editor for the Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding (JISB) and she is part of the editorial board of the journals PARISS and International Politics Reviews. Recent publications include reports commissioned by g7+ and UNOSSC, a book authored by Routledge, books edited by Editora PUC-Rio and articles in the journals Global Governance, International Political Sociology and Third World Quarterly.


IRI2111 – Globalization, Development and Political Economy