Gareth Stansfield

Gareth Stansfield

Reader in Middle East Politics Institute of Arab & Islamic Studies, University of Exeter Institute of Arab & Islamic Studies, Stocker Road, University of Exeter, EX4 4ND, UK

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Michael M. Gunter

Michael M. Gunter
Professor, Tennessee Technological University, 1981-present; Associate Professor 1976-1981; Assistant Professor 1972-1976 B.A. Columbia University, 1964; Major: American History M.I.A. School of International Affairs, Columbia University, 1966; Area: Soviet Union Ph.D. Kent State University, 1972; Major: International Relations; Minors: Comparative Politics, American Politics. (Doctoral Dissertation: Ministates and the United Nations System)
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ROBERT OLSON

ROBERT OLSON: PUBLICATIONS (1973-2014)

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY PROFESSOR OF MIDDLE EAST HISTORY AND POLITICS Full Information

Mohamed Adhikari

Mohamed Adhikari Associate Professor Mohamed Adhikari received his PhD from the University of Cape Town. After nearly three decades of research on various aspects of coloured identity and politics in South Africa he recently started working in the area of genocide studies, with a particular focus on settler colonialism and genocide. Full Information    



LYDIA WILSON

LYDIA WILSON University of Cambridge

I am currently a research fellow at the Centre for the Resolution of Intractable Conflict at Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford; a visiting fellow at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge; a visiting scholar at the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies at City University New York Graduate Center, and a freelance writer for publications from the Times Literary Supplement and Nautilus to The Nation and Time Magazine. I am co-founder and co-editor of the Cambridge Literary Review, a journal devoted to

contemporary poetry, prose, non-fiction, and essays.

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