Oct. 20, 2003
Seminar at Carleton University: Making Alliances with Whom? Third World Conflict Resolution & Development
Dr. Anjoo S. Upadhyaya
Professor of Political Science
Banaras Hindu University,India
Ex-Director Research for the United Nations University Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity
University of Ulster, Northern Ireland
Time: 6:00-8:00 PM, Monday, Oct 20
History Lounge, 433 Paterson Hall, Carleton University
Dr. Anjoo Sharan Upadhyaya has written extensively on issues of Self-Determination, Ethnicity, Women and Development and Conflict Transformation. Dr. Upadhyaya holds a ph.D. in Political Science from Banaras Hindu University where she has taught for nearly 25 years.
She has been a visiting Fellow/Scholar at Woodrow Wilson Center of International Scholars, Washington D.C, Henry L. Stimson Center, Washington D.C., London School of Economics and Political Science and Upssala University, Sweden. She has also worked at the United Nations University Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity (INCORE) , University of Ulster, Northern Ireland as Research Director.
Dr. Upadhyaya’s research topics:
- Election Reforms in India,
- Self-Determination in World Politics,
- Issues in Third World Conflict Resolution,
- Political Dimensions of Development: The Role of State,
- Quest for Self-determination in the Indian Subcontinent: The Recent Phase,
- Ethno-regional Assertion in India: Case Study of Jharkhand,
- Conflict Reduction in Ethnically Divided Societies: An Examination of Techniques in Lindgren,
- Recent Trends in Communal Violence: A Case Study of Varanasi, Proceedings on International Conference on Conflict & Change.
*This seminar is sponsored by Graduate Students Association (GSA), the Master of Arts in Public Administration (MPA) society, and Center for Security and Defense Studies (CSDS), South Asia Partnership(SAP) Canada.
* Refreshments will be served.
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