Mohammed Abu-Nimer

Mohammed Abu-Nimer

professor, international peace and conflict resolution; director Peacebuilding & Development Institute

Area of Expertise:
Middle East; Palestinian-Israeli conflict; Sri Lanka; Mindanao Philippines; international relations dialogue and negotiation; peace and conflict resolution and training; interfaith dialogue; peacebuilding and development programs evaluation
Additional Information:
As an experienced conflict resolution practitioner, Mohammed Abu-Nimer has worked in numerous war-zone areas, within formal negotiation settings as well as with community leaders and civil society groups. He has worked in many areas of the world, including Palestine, Israel, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, and Egypt, training political and community leaders in peace-building skills and strategies of negotiation. He has written, cowritten, and edited the following books: Dialogue, Conflict Resolution, and Change: Arab-Jewish Encounters in Israel (SUNY Press, 1999); Peacebuilding and Nonviolence in Islamic Context: Bridging Ideals and Reality (University Press of Florida, 2003); Peace-Building By, Between and Beyond Muslims and Evangelical Christians, (Lexington, 2009); Unity in Diversity: Interfaith Dialogue in the Middle East (USIP, 2007); and Modern Islamic Thought: Dynamic, Not Static. (Routledge Press, 2006) . He has also coedited several books and journals, including the Journal of Peace Building and Development  since Vol. 1, No. 1, 2002.
Foreign Language Fluency:
n/a
Academic Credentials:
BA in sociology and education, MA in education, PhD, George Mason University
Category:
Middle East-Arab World Issues, Peace and Conflict Resolution
Site/Profile:
http://www.american.edu/sis/faculty/abunimer.cfm http://www.journalpeacedev.org http://www.american.edu/sis/peacebuilding