Spaces of peace, conflict and crisis
Research in this theme recognises the spatial dimensions of conflict and societies affected by crisis, using a diversity of analytical approaches, from geographic information systems (GIS) to the arts.
It explores how people experience and navigate disasters, violence, and emergency, and how these experiences are shaped by their identities, by the opportunities and challenges of displacement, and in their roles as economic, social, and political agents.
This research stream also considers how physical and digital infrastructures influence the way individuals and institutions engage with each other in times of upheaval.
- Professor Mandy Turner - Deputy Director and Professor of Peace, Conflict and Humanitarian Affairs
- Dr Catherine Arthur - Lecturer in Peace and Conflict Studies
- Dr Larissa Fast - HCRI Director of Research and Senior Lecturer in Humanitarian Studies
- Dr Billy Tusker Haworth - Lecturer in Disaster Management
- Dr Roisin Read - Lecturer in Peace and Conflict Studies
- Dr Gemma Sou - (currently teaching at RMIT University, Melbourne)
- Dr Birte Vogel - Lecturer in Peace and Conflict Studies
- Dr Nat O'Grady - Postgraduate Research Director and Lecturer in Human Geography and Disaster
- Dr Rubina Jasani - Programme Director iBSc Global Health and Lecturer in Humanitarianism and Conflict Response
- Dr Kirsten Haworth - Lecturer in Humanitarianism and Conflict Response
- Dr Jiho Cha - Senior Lecturer in Humanitarian Studies
- Dr Ayham Fattoum - Pathway Lead for MSc International Disaster Management, and Lecturer in Disaster Operations Management
- Dr Antoine Bugard - Pathway Lead for MA Humanitarian and Conflict Response, and Lecturer in Contemporary History of Humanitarianism and Disaster
- The Art of Peace: Interrogating Community-Devised Arts-Based Peacebuilding