HCRI welcomes Professor Roger Mac Ginty

by | Mar 1, 2012 | News | 0 comments

Roger Mac GintyWe’re delighted to welcome Professor Roger Mac Ginty  who joins HCRI as Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies.

Roger’s main research interests are in peacemaking processes in civil war, political violence and post-war reconstruction. His latest book, ‘International Peacebuilding and Local Resistance: Hybrid forms of peace’ was published by Palgrave in June 2011. He edits a book series from Palgrave entitled
‘Rethinking Political Violence’ and will be editing a Taylor and Francis journal entitled ‘Peacebuilding’ to be launched in 2013. This journal will be co-edited with Oliver Richmond who we’re delighted to say will also be joining HCRI (in April 2012) as Professor of International Relations, Peace and Conflict Studies.  For 2011 and 2012 he is on research leave courtesy of a EU FP7 grant in order to work on the project ‘The role of governance in the resolution of socioeconomic and political conflict in India and Europe’. In the Fall semester 2011 he was a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Kroc Institute for International Peace studies at the University of Notre Dame. He has conducted field research in Bosnia, Croatia, Northern Ireland, Jordan, Sri Lanka, Lebanon
and New Zealand.


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