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Doga Eralp

Professorial Lecturer School of International Service

Dr Eralp is a scholar-practitioner of international conflict resolution with more than a decade of experience in international dialogue facilitation. His work focuses on social media and peace processes,cultures of violence, narrative mediation, collective memory, security and peace regimes, regional organizations, international mediation and democratization. Dr. Eralp has also been consulting various think-tanks and international organizations such as the World Bank, NED and the UNOPS. He has a number of articles and book chapters published on the Western Balkans, Middle East, Cyprus, European Union and Turkey. He is the author of " Politics of the European Union in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Between Conflict and Democracy" (2012) that received a lot of attention from the policymakers in the EU and editor of "Turkey as a Mediator: Stories of Success and Failure "(2016), the first systematic study of Turkish mediation as an emerging power in global and regional conflicts.

Degrees

Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution-SCAR at George Mason University

Favorite Spot on Campus
walking through the quad
Languages Spoken
Turkish (Native) Bosnian- Serbo/Croatian (Conversational) Italian (Conversational)
Office
SIS-School of Intl Service
East Quad Bldg - 304
Contact Info
(202) 885-6830 (Office)

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Teaching

  • Summer 2017

  • Spring 2018

    • SIS-619 Special Studies in Int'l Pol: Transforming Cultures of Cnflt
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