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Students in the international program

ACADEMIC YEARS 2019-2021

Jane Lee

Jane Lee completed her BA studies in International Studies at Sabanci University, in Istanbul, Turkey. In the MA program for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution she is especially interested in political and social polarization and the role of International law in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She is planning to write her seminar paper on affective polarization in South Korea.

 

 

Dominik Winkler

Dominik Winkler completed his BA studies in geography and social sciences at the Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany. In the MA program for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution he is especially interested in the relations of local civil society and international politics, as well as in post-colonial perspectives on the interaction of peacebuilding and political economy. Through his experiences as a social worker in Berlin, as well as Jordan, he is interested in connecting the academic and practical level.

The topic of his seminar paper is the (re-)production of specific framings of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through non-state actors, from the perspective of Cultural Political Economy.

 

Scarlett

Scarlett De Jean completed her BS studies in Film and Television at Boston University of Boston, Massachusetts, USA. In the MA program for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution she is especially interested in the the study of past international conflicts and how their resolutions have affected the present state of international relations in the USA. She is planning to write her seminar paper on the relationship that Jews who made Aliyah but are not religious, nor Zionistic have with the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict while living in Israel.

 

 

Shaina

Shaina Silberstein completed her B.Ed. in English as a Second Language at Achva Academic College in Southern Israel. In the MA program for Conflict Research, Management, and Resolution she is especially interested in research and mediation of personal and social conflicts. She is planning to write her seminar paper on the acculturation experience of single immigrants from North America into Israeli society.

 

 

 

Isaac Benaia completed his BS in Aeronautical Engineering at Universidad AutónoISAACma de Nuevo Leon, Monterrey, México. In the MA program for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution he is especially interested in research and mediation of social conflicts in México. He is planning to write his seminar paper on the experience of Central American immigrants that pass by México along their journey towards the U.S.

 

 

Marcelo Furtado completed his BS studies in Economics at the Universidade Federal de MMarceloinas Gerais, and his BA in International Relations at Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, both in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. In the MA program for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution he is especially interested in the cultural aspects of conflicts and its relevance for solution. He is planning a seminar paper on the culture of conflict evolved from the already protracted struggle involving organized crime and law enforcement in Brazil.