Peace and Conflict Research Group
The field of peace and conflict conducts interdisciplinary research to advance knowledge about war, conflict management and peacebuilding.
The cluster group on peace and conflict research (PCR) conducts several research projects on a broad range of issues related to conflict analysis, democracy, ethics, war, peacebuilding, security, reconciliation, identity, conflict resolution, gender and peace negotiations.
The researchers focus both on global patterns as well as regions and countries, such as Western Balkans, Asia, European Union, Middle East, Northern Ireland, Sweden and Denmark.
E-post: isabel [dot] bramsen [at] svet [dot] lu [dot] se
- Roxanna Sjöstedt (coordinator)
- Barbara Magalhaes Teixeira (coordinator)
- Karin Aggestam
- Gustav Agneman
- Wilhelm Agrell
- Priscyll Anctil
- Annika Bergman Rosamond
- Annika Björkdahl
- Isabel Bramsen
- Hanna Bäck
- Aslı Nur Düzgün
- Malte Breiding
- Elsa Hedlund
- Sarai-Anne Ikenze
- Fredrika Larsson
- Jenny Lorentzen
- Maria Morales
- Daniel Möller Ölgaard
- Christie Nicoson
- Agnese Pacciardi
- Simon Stattin
- Anne Lene Stein
- Lisa Strömbom
- Maria Strömvik
Location: Lux Aura Nedre
October 25, 12-13.15: Christie Nicoson (LU): Envisioning peaceful utopias: a phenomenological study of feminist ethics of care in climate transformation
Christie Nicoson is PhD student at Lund University. She will present her paper “Envisioning peaceful utopias: a phenomenological study of feminist ethics of care in climate transformation” followed by discussion with participants.
November 14, 12.45-14.00: Ida Marie Vammen (DIIS): Soft migration governance in West Africa: Rebranding migration and framing new beginnings to stop unwanted migration
Ida Marie Vammen is post.doc at Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). She will present her paper “Soft migration governance in West Africa: Rebranding migration and framing new beginnings to stop unwanted migration” followed by discussion with participants.
November 24-25 GPT/PCR group retreat
December 1, 12-13.15: Peace and Conflict Research Group: ‘Diplomatic Representation and Online/Offline Interactions: Multilateralism on and from Social Media?’ – Elsa Hedling