Political violence and Peacebuilding: Introduction to Dr. Rumela Sen
The PBRC is excited to welcome Dr. Rumela Sen (Cornell 2016), the 2016-17 John D. Montgomery Post-Doctoral Fellow! Dr. Sen's research focuses on how rebels give up violent conflict and return to normal life. Specifically, she examines rebel 'exit networks', the systems through which people leave violent rebel groups. Her work has implications for peace policy, grassroots peacebuilding, democracy, and post-conflict reconstruction. While at SUA, Dr. Sen will teach two courses. In Fall 2016, she will teach INTS 114: An Introduction to Peace Studies. In Spring 2017, she will teach a special topics course focusing on demobilizing armed groups. During this time, she will also further her research, organize campus events, and looks forward to working closely with SUA students.
Faculty and Students: Are you interested in meeting Dr. Sen and learning about her courses? Drop by and get to know her!
When: Friday, September 9th, 4:00 PM
Where: PBRC Library, Ikeda 4th floor
There will be pizza, drinks and other snacks!