Sandra Pogodda

Lecturer of Peace and Conflict Studies

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Sandra Pogodda is a Lecturer in Peace and Conflict Studies in the Department of Politics at the University of Manchester. Sandra completed her PhD in International Relations at the University of Cambridge as a Marie Curie Fellow before joining the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, the United States Institute of Peace and the University of St Andrews as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Her research focuses on state formation processes in the revolutionary societies of the Arab region; resistance movements; revolutionary challenges to peace and conflict studies; and critical development studies.

Selected publications

  • Post-Liberal Peace Transitions (Edinburgh University Press, 2016, co-edited with Oliver Richmond)
  • Palgrave Handbook of Disciplinary and Regional Approaches to Peace (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, co-edited with Oliver Richmond)
  • ‘Palestinian Unity and Everyday State Formation: Subaltern ungovernmentality versus elite interests’ (with Oliver Richmond), Third World Quarterly 36: 5 (2015): 890-907.
  • ‘The Great Disconnect: Global governance and localised conflict in the cases of India and the EU’ (with Oliver Richmond, Roger MacGinty), Global Society 29:4 (2015): 551-573.
  • ‘India’s Peacebuilding Between Rights and Needs: the transformation of local conflict spheres’(with Daniela Huber), International Peacekeeping 21: 4 (2014): 443 - 463.