Speaker - Ron E. Hassner

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Ron E. Hassner is a graduate of Stanford University with degrees in political science and religious studies. His research revolves around symbolic and emotive aspects of international security with particular attention to religious violence, Middle Eastern politics and territorial disputes. His publications have focused on the role of perceptions in entrenching international disputes, the causes and characteristics of conflicts over sacred places, the characteristics of political-religious leadership and political-religious mobilization and the role of national symbols in conflict. Professor Hassner was a fellow of the MacArthur Consortium on Peace and Security in 2000-2003. In 2003-2004 he was a post-doctoral scholar at the Olin Institute for International Security, Harvard University.

1 Program

Religion and Counterinsurgency in Iraq Today

09.27.07 | 00:56:12 min | 3 comments