Laura Rose Brown

Policy Fellow
Gender | Nuclear Order | Disarmament

Laura Rose Brown is a Policy Fellow at BASIC and PhD student at the University of Leeds. As part of an ESRC funded collaborative studentship, Laura Rose is conducting PhD research on gender and nuclear weapons. Her research traces the increased focus on gender in nuclear weapons policy to identify the goals and effects of these efforts. Through her continued work with BASIC, Laura Rose is working to develop policy oriented outputs related to her scholarly research into the intersection of gender and nuclear weapons.

Laura Rose’s most recent peer-reviewed publication explores what ‘gender-sensitivity’ means in relation to nuclear weapons policy. The article published by International Affairs is available here.

Before joining BASIC as Policy Fellow, Laura Rose was an intern at BASIC within our programmes on Gender, Youth and Diversity and Nuclear Responsibilities. She holds an MA in International Security with cum laude honours (Sciences Po Paris), an MA in Social Research with distinction (University of Leeds) and a BA in Political Science (Sciences Po Paris).

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