Nonviolent conflict; gender; East Asian peace; post-war democratisation; methods.
Schaftenaar, Susanne, (2017), "How (wo)men rebel: Exploring the effect of gender equality on nonviolent and armed conflict onset," Journal of Peace Research.
Stein Tønnesson, Erik Melander, Elin Bjarnegård, Isak Svensson and Susanne Schaftenaar (2013): “The fragile peace in East and South East Asia” in SIPRI YEARBOOK 2013: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security, pp. 28-40
Why (Wo)Men Rebel: a gendered mobilisation argument. Paper presented at the workshop on “Conflict, Strategies, and Tactics” 19-20 June 2015 University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, the Uppsala-Essex workshop, 7-8 December, Uppsala University, ISA, 16-19 March 2016, Atlanta.
Master Methods I & II (seminar teacher)
Conflict Analysis (Course convenor, lecturer, seminar teacher, Peace and Conflict Studies A)
Thesis Supervision (Peace and Conflict Studies B)
Peace and Security in the International System (seminar teacher, Peace and Conflict Studies A)
Conflict Resolution (seminar teacher, lecturer, Peace and Conflict Studies B)
Internship in Peace and Conflict Studies I (course convener, master level)
Internship in Peace and Conflict Studies II (course convener, master level)
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