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Dr. Stephen Marr
Senior Lecturer, Peace and Conflict Studies, Malmo University
Stephen Marr is a senior lecturer in Peace and Conflict Studies. I received my PhD in Political Science from the University of Florida in 2008, specializing in Comparative Politics, Political Theory and African Studies. My dissertation examined the relationship between formal, state-led urban planning techniques and the everyday uses of space in Gaborone, the capital city of Botswana. Currently, I am at work on a long-term comparative urban studies project that seeks to place African-focused approaches to urban theory at the center of a rethinking of contemporary urban theory.
Associate Professor in Peace and Conflict Studies, Malmo University
Kristian Steiner holds a PhD in Political Science is Associate Professor in Peace and Conflict Studies. He is currently studying how the Swedish and German Christian Zionism, and the Israeli Messianic Movement understand the possibilities for peace in the Middle East. Previously Kristian Steiner studied the construction of enemy images, focusing on the representations of Muslims and Islam in Swedish Christian newspapers. He has also research international relations, nationalism and globalization. Kristian Steiner’s main teaching area is Peace and Conflict Studies.