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Engendering Peace and Conflict: The Role of Religion

Prof Barbara Einhorn 
William Evans Fellow
National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies

Since gaining her PhD at Otago in 1972, Professor Einhorn has taught mainly in England, initially in German language but increasingly, as her research in Eastern Europe developed, in European Studies and Gender Studies. She is now Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Sussex. Professor Einhorn’s interests lie in gender, citizenship, peace and religion through the period of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent changes in Eastern Europe, and she is the author of an outstanding body of work for which she is well known internationally.


Date Tuesday, 18 May 2010
Time 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Audience Public
Event Category Humanities
Event Type Public Lecture
DepartmentNational Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies
LocationArchway 2 Lecture Theatre, Located in the north-east region of the Dunedin campus, on the corner of Union Street East and Leith Walk.
Contact NameNational Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies
Contact Phone(03) 479 4546

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