Sarah Tanke is lecturer (ATER) at Sciences Po Toulouse and pursuing her PhD research in political science/international relations at the Center for International Studies (CERI), Sciences Po. She is specializing in Japan’s foreign policy, multilateral diplomacy and in particular its activities at the United Nations.
As a member of the research group on multilateral action (GRAM), Sarah Tanke co-organizes its monthly research seminar as well as other activities. She has been teaching international relations and diplomacy at Sciences Po (Paris, Reims, Le Havre, Saint Germain en Laye) and classes on Japan at the universities of Cergy-Pontoise and Rennes 1.
During her PhD, she has conducted research stays at the University of Cambridge, Columbia University, and the German Institute for Japanese Studies in Tokyo (DIJ). Sarah Tanke has been studying in Japan for two years and working at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for one year in New York.