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Linda Holmgren Eitrem PhD Student

School/Department
Transitional Justice Institute
Email
eitrem_holmgren-l@email.ulster.ac.uk
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Title of Project: Building Gender-Just Peace - Peace-Building Transversal Dialogue, Gender and Citizenship in Deeply Divided Societies

Start Date: October 2016

Linda received her BSc in Politics and Economics  in 2009 and her MSc in Political Science in 2014 from Lund University, Sweden. In addition to this, she has also studied Gender, International Relations and Archaeology. Her doctoral project is positioned at the intersection of three research areas: (1) ethnonational conflict as a gendered phenomenon; (2) reconciliation and peace-building through transversal dialogue; and (3) feminist perspectives on citizenship. The project aims to provide a gender analysis of the constructions of femininities and masculinities in the field of dialogue-based peace-building and reconciliation in order to demonstrate how discourses of nation and gender intersect. The gendered discourses of nationalism and ethnonational conflict will then be linked to women's participation in public life, as well as to possibilities for and obstructions to equal citizenship. The dissertation project will consist of two case studies, one of which will be Northern Ireland.