|View profile||First||Last||Twitter Handle||Position/Title||Area of expertise|
Anthropology and African Studies: civil war, militarization, development, and media in central Africa
|View||Ingrid||Samset||Assistant Professor at Leiden University College, The Hague||
peace and conflict studies
|View||Philipp||Schulz||PhD Candidate, Transitional Justice Institute||
- Transitional Justice and post-conflict reconstruction and rehabilitation
- Conflict-related sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) against men
- northern Uganda, Bosnia-Herzegovina
ethnography, child soldiers, post-conflict reconstruction, education, youth and peacebuilding, refugees, transitional justice, Ebola
Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria
|View||Jeffrey||Sluka||Associate Professor, Social Anthropology Programme, Massey University, New Zealand||
Cultural Anthropology, social conflict, political violence, Northern Ireland, indigenous peoples, ethnicity, ethnography, managing danger in fieldwork.
|View||Chandra||Sriram||Professor, International Law and International Relations||
International criminal law, international human rights law, post-atrocity justice, post-conflict peacebuilding, conflict prevention, peace negotiations, peace agreements, non-state armed groups, power-sharing, fieldwork in conflict-affected countries.
|View||Carla||Suarez||Doctoral Candidate, Political Science, Dalhousie University||
Interactions and relations between the state, rebel groups and civilians during armed conflict, with a focus on civilian agency. Norms, rules and structures underlying rebel group's governing regimes. Sub-Saharan Africa (Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan, Uganda) and Latin America (Peru, Guatemala). Qualitative methodologies, particularly ethnographic and narrative approaches.
The dynamic of war and peace in the Great Lacs Region: Post-war reconstruction in DR Congo.
Macroeconomic policy, Exchange Rate Management and Hyperinflation: I am carrying out research concerning dollarization, the black market for foreign currencies and hyperinflation. The aim is to analyse the impact of parallel exchange rates and the political context upon price levels. This research is concentrated on the Congolese economy in the context of the civil war.
Fiscal Decentralisation and Capacity Building Strategies: Evaluating the impact of intergovernmental fiscal reform in developing countries. Analysing the role of the central government in fiscal decentralisation especially in the process of financing local governments.
Migration and Development: My current interests concern international migration, refugees and development. My research aims to advance knowledge in the areas of governance and poverty alleviation strategies with special reference to case of Africa. I am particularly interested in analyzing the positive impact of international migration on poverty alleviation, particularly how remittances facilitate local entrepreneurial activity.
|View||Aisling||Swaine||Associate Professor of Practice of International Affairs||