Dr Élise Féron
Dr Élise Féron is a Docent and a senior research fellow at the Tampere Peace Research Institute (Finland). She is also an invited professor at the University of Louvain (Belgium), the University of Turin (Italy), and the University of Coimbra (Portugal). Her main research interests include conflict-generated diaspora politics, conflict prevention, masculinities and conflicts, sexual violence in conflict settings, as well as post-colonial interstate relations. Her latest publications include Handbook of Feminist Peace Research. Routledge, 2021 (edited with Tarja Väyrynen, Swati Parashar, and Catia Confortini); “Towards an intersectional approach to populism: Comparative perspectives from Finland and India” (with Shweta Singh), Contemporary Politics, 2021; “Embracing Complexity: Diaspora Politics as a Co-Construction.” Migration Letters, 2020; “National populism and gendered vigilantism: The case of the Soldiers of Odin in Finland.” (with Sarai Aharoni), Cooperation and Conflict, 2020; “Reinventing conflict prevention? Women and the prevention of the reemergence of conflict in Burundi.” Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 2020.
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