Dr Juline Beaujouan

Political Settlements Research Programme (PSRP), Edinburgh

Juline Beaujouan is a Research Associate with the Political Settlements Research Programme (PSRP), based at the University of Edinburgh, where she researches local conflict management and trust-building in Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria. She is also a Fellow of the Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (IMEIS) and a Board Member and Senior Researcher for Open Think Tank (OTT) in Kurdistan Region Iraq. Juline is currently leading two research projects on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on conflict-affected societies and civil society in Iraq and Syria. Juline received her PhD from Durham University where she was awarded the al-Sabah doctoral fellowship and acted as a member of the AHRC's Open World Research Initiative (OWRI). Juline is the co-editor and contributor to the volume Syrian Crisis, Syrian Refugees - Voices from Jordan and Lebanon (Palgrave), and co-author of Islam, IS and the Fragmented State: The Challenges of Political Islam in the MENA Region (Routledge).

Juline Beaujouan is a Research Associate with the Political Settlements Research Programme (PSRP), based at the University of Edinburgh, where she researches local conflict management and trust-building in Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria. She is also a Fellow of the Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (IMEIS) and a Board Member and Senior Researcher for Open Think Tank (OTT) in Kurdistan Region Iraq. Juline is currently leading two research projects on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on conflict-affected societies and civil society in Iraq and Syria. Juline received her PhD from Durham University where she was awarded the al-Sabah doctoral fellowship and acted as a member of the AHRC's Open World Research Initiative (OWRI). Juline is the co-editor and contributor to the volume Syrian Crisis, Syrian Refugees - Voices from Jordan and Lebanon (Palgrave), and co-author of Islam, IS and the Fragmented State: The Challenges of Political Islam in the MENA Region (Routledge).

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