|View profile||First||Last||Twitter Handle||Position/Title||Area of expertise|
|View||Ella||McPherson||@DrEllaMcPherson||Lecturer in the Sociology of New Media and Digital Technology, Cambridge||
Human rights reporting (mainstream and social media)
|View||Léonie S.||Newhouse||Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Relgious and Ethnic Diversity||
political economy of conflict, post-conflict recovery, and humanitarian stabilization efforts.
migration, including: labor migration, mixed migration to areas in crisis, rural to urban transition, displacement, and return migration.
gender, generation, livelihoods, access to resources.
South Sudan, East Africa & the Horn.
Transitional justice; peacebuilding; DDR; post-conflict sites, issues and actors; gender; feminist and critical theories; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Southeast Europe;
|View||Anna||Ohanyan||Richard B. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of International Relations||
region-building in conflict areas, regionalism and conflict management, regional international organizations, international organizations, global and regional governance in conflict areas, NGOs, global policy transfer, South Caucasus, Western Balkans, regionalism in Africa, Central America and Southeast Asia
Terrorism, Transnational Organized Crime, Insurgency, Rebel Governance, Irregular/Asymmetric Conflict, Civil Wars
Latin America (Colombia, Mexico), Africa (Horn, Sub-Saharan), South Asia (Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka), South-East Asia (Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar)
|View||Giulia||Piccolino||Post doctoral researcher||
West Africa, particularly Cote d'Ivoire, statebuilding, peacebuilding, elections
|View||Paula||Pickering||Associate Professor of Government||
post-conflict regions in post-socialist region
comparative genocide studies
gendered experiences of violence
sexual crimes, in particular, as crimes against humanity
Southeast Asian studies