Marit Moe-Pryce

Managing Editor, Security Dialogue

Marit Moe-Pryce
Email: marit@prio.org
Work phone: +47 22 54 77 29
Twitter: @SecDialogue

Background

​​​​​​Security Dialogue:

Managing all production sides of Security Dialogue, from the initial submission and liaising with authors to seeing the final article through to printed copy.

www.prio.no/sd

Languages spoken:

Norwegian, English

Working experience:

2004- Managing Editor, Security Dialogue,
Programme Coordinator and Research Assistant, PRIO, Oslo, Norway.

2003-2004 Production Supervisor, Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK.

2002-2003 Production Control Administrative Assistant,
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK.

Education:

1999-2003 MPhil programme, SSEES/UCL, University of
London. Topic of thesis: 'The Contact Group in
Bosnia and Kosovo: The Institution
and its Mediating Role'.

1994-1998 Cand. Mag, University of Oslo, combined of;
Statsvitenskap mellomfag (Political Science, 18
months).

Grunnfag Russland og Øst-Europa kunnskap (Russia
and Eastern Europe Area Studies, 12 months).

Grunnfag Vest-Europa områdestudie (Western Europe
Area Studies, 12 months).

Semesteremne Storbritannia siden 1945 (Great
Britain since 1945, 6 months).

Ex.Phil (Basic Philosophy, 6 months).

Current Research:

Norwegian security agencies in relation to the European Field of Security with particular attention to data protection and democratic accountability in a security perspective.

 

Publications

Recent publications

All publications

Conference Paper

Davidshofer, Stephan;Moe-Pryce, Marit; & Wang, Jonas Rusten 2009 Norway and the European Field of Security, presented at 50th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, , 15–18 February.

Blog Posts

Get to Know Your Data Double!

Posted by Stine Bergersen, Marit Moe-Pryce & Rocco Bellanova on Wednesday, 23 November 2016

We all have a “data double”. But how well do you really know this other aspect of your identity? Unless you know what your entirely digital identity looks like, you should take responsibility for finding out and, at the same time, contribute to a digital drive to ensure that we all gain better control over our online, digital, lives. Very often it is our data doubles, not our physical selves, that will be assessed by the future employers, new flames, or benefits officers who make decisions about us. A data Picasso? A large number of businesses, public sector bodies, and ...