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Jeremy Grace, M.A.

Lecturer, Dept of Political Science and Internatio

State University of New York at Geneseo

Democratization, Refugee, Refugee Protection, Post-conflict elections

Jeremy Grace has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2000. He is also the coordinator of the International Relations program.
He is a lecturer of international relations and director of the IR program at SUNY Geneseo. He received his M.A in International Affairs from American University in Washington DC in 1995. Prior to joining the Geneseo faculty in 2000, he worked for four years designing democratization and elections programs with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, and East Timor. He has published studies and discussion papers for the IOM, IFES, and the World Bank, and served as Senior Advisor to the IOM Political Rights and Enfranchisement System Strenthening project aimed at protecting the political rights of refugees and conflict-forced migrants. As part of the project, he has provided technical assistance related to peacebuilding, refugees, and democratization to national governments and international organizations through field assessments to Kosovo, Liberia, Uganda, Nepal, and Afghanistan, among others.

Brexit, Ireland, EU, Peace Process, Northern Ireland, borders research, conflict analysis, Conflict, post-conflict

Dr Katy Hayward is one of the leading political sociologists on the island of Ireland, and is a Reader in Sociology, and Senior Research Fellow at the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice at Queen’s University Belfast. Dr Hayward’s research focuses on conflict/post-conflict transitions and is actively interdisciplinary, traversing fields of border studies, conflict studies, European studies, and Irish studies. This means that she is particularly well-placed to speak about the implications of Brexit for the island of Ireland, and Northern Ireland in particular, European integration, political violence, and the application of discourse analysis.

Sociology, Islam, islamic law, Conflict Resolution, Democratization, Politics

Larémont is a Carnegie Corporation Scholar on Islam, and a leading expert on political Islam, Islamic law, conflict resolution, democratization, and civil/military relations. His work focuses on North Africa and the Sahel.

Andrea S. Boyles, Ph.D

Visiting Associate Professor of Sociology and Africana Studies

Tulane University

Race, Gender, Black citizen-police conflict, racial-spatial politics, Containment

Author of books, You Can’t Stop the Revolution:  Community Disorder and Social Ties in Post-Ferguson America (UC Press 2019) and Race, Place, and Suburban Policing:  Too Close for Comfort (UC Press 2015). 

As a feminist, race scholar, and ethnographer, her work accounts for social inequality and (in)justice regarding, but not limited to the following: race; the intersection of race, gender, and class; Black citizen-police conflict; crime; racial-spatial politics, segregation, and containment; poverty; social ties; and resistance.

She has served in various capacities in academia, as well as, worked with corporations and organizations such as American Airlines, Amnesty International, and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement (NOBLE) on matters pertaining to race and discrimination.  She has also served as a delegate to the United Nations (UN) Commission on the Status of Women (CSW63) and presently, as member and secretary of the Council for Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS).  Additionally, she previously taught within the Missouri prison system and presented research on the effects of incarcerated parents on children.   

She holds a B.A. in English and M.A. in Sociology from Lincoln University of Missouri, and a Ph.D. in Sociology from Kansas State University with concentrations in Gender and Criminology.

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