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university of tampere: faculty of social sciences: research: tampere peace research institute (tapri): staff: Élise féron:
Faculty of Social SciencesUniversity of TampereFaculty of Social Sciences
Tampere Peace Research Institute (TAPRI)

Élise Féron

PhD, University of Lille (France)

University researcher

Docent

elise.feron[at]uta.fi

Tel. 358-50-318 7631

Visiting address: Linna 6070

Extended list of publications, presentations and scientific expert positions:

Books and Special Journal Issues:

  • 2014: Far away and yet so close. Former colonial powers and the management of political crises in their former colonies, Special Issue of the European Review of International Studies (ERIS), edited in collaboration with Valérie Rosoux, 1(3).
  • 2011: Abandonner la violence ? Comment l’Irlande du Nord sort du conflit, Paris, Payot, 236p.
  • 2011: Transnational Communities and Conflicts - Challenges and how to address them, edited in collaboration with Anna Orrnert, Brussels, ELDIS and CORDIS, 180p.
  • 2003: Les référendums irlandais sur le Traité de Nice, Collective book, Cahiers du CEPEN, n°1, June, 59p.
  • 2002: L’imaginaire des conflits communautaires, Collective book, edited in collaboration with Michel Hastings, Paris, L’Harmattan, “Logiques Politiques”, 304p.
  • 2000: La Harpe et la Couronne - L’imaginaire politique du conflit nord-irlandais, Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, Villeneuve d’Ascq, 642 p.

Journal Articles (selected):

  • 2017: "Wartime sexual violence against men: Why so oblivious?", European Review of International Studies, 4(1): 60-74.
  • 2017: “Transporting and Re-Inventing Conflicts: Conflict-Generated Diasporas and Conflict Autonomisation”, Cooperation and Conflict, 52(3): 360-376.
  • 2016: “L’horizon fuyant de la réconciliation. L’Irlande du Nord entre rapprochement et cristallisation des oppositions”, Les Cahiers Sirice, 15(1): 67-82.
  • 2016: Review on Graham Spencer (ed.), The British and Peace in Northern Ireland, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2015, published in the Revue Française de Science Politique, 66 (1): 193-194.
  • 2016: “Irlande du Nord: La paix?”, La Vie, Hors-Série Histoire “Les guerres de religion”, June: 82.
  • 2015: “Religions et conflits. Comment renouveler le cadre d’analyse?”, Les Champs de Mars, Dossier “Religieux et Recherche Stratégique” 26: 21-31.
  • 2014: “Prisoners of History? Anglo-Irish Relations beyond Colonization” in Far away and yet so close. Former colonial powers and the management of political crises in their former colonies, Special Issue of the European Review of International Studies (ERIS), 1(3), edited in collaboration with Valérie Rosoux: 94-109.
  • 2014: “Introduction: Far away and yet so close. Former colonial powers and the management of political crises in their former colonies”, in collaboration with Valérie Rosoux, Special Issue of the European Review of International Studies (ERIS), 1(3), edited in collaboration with Valérie Rosoux: 7-15.
  • 2012: “Otherism in Discourses, Integration in Policies? Comparing French and Danish Educational Policies for Migrants”, in collaboration with Brigitte Beauzamy, Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 2(1): 66-77.
  • 2011: “L’impact de l’européanisation sur les conflits communautaires”, Grande Europe, Documentation Française, n°28, January: 11-18.
  • 2009: “Le legs colonial et la question des excuses dans la diplomatie britannique”, Raison Publique, May, 10: 81-93.
  • 2008: “Restaurer la confiance en Irlande du Nord ? La négociation aux interfaces urbaines”, Négociations, 1 n°9: 41-54.
  • 2008: “Religions and Conflicts. Towards a Framework for Analysis”, Arès, vol. XXIII(1), April: 37-55.
  • 2007: “How can the dividends of conflict be perpetuated: The paths to reconversion taken by Northern Irish paramilitaries”, International Social Science Journal, n°191, March: 225-239.
  • 2005: “Du fusil au bulletin de vote, Les républicains nord-irlandais et la mythologie de la lutte armée”, Politeïa, September: 523-534.
  • 2005: “Les altermondialistes dans le mouvement social européen : entre participation et retrait”, Critique Internationale, 27, April: 163-177.
  • 2004: “Les Eglises et le conflit nord-irlandais”, Projet, 281, July: 28-31.
  • 2004: “Irlande du Nord: le radicalisme comme rançon de la paix?”, Critique Internationale, 22, January: 17-24.
  • 2004: “Anti-globalisation Movements and the European Agenda: Between Dependence and Disconnection”, Innovation, The European Journal of Social Science Research, vol.17 n°2: 119-127.
  • 2003: “The new Hundred Years Wars”, in collaboration with Michel Hastings, International Social Science Journal 177, September: 490-500.
  • 2003: “La représentation médiatique du phénomène terroriste : Quelques enseignements du cas nord-irlandais”, Topique 83: 135-147.
  • 2003: “From Research Policy to the Governance of Research? A Theoretical Framework and Some Empirical Conclusions”, in collaboration with John Crowley, Innovation, The European Journal of Social Science Research 16(4): 369-393.
  • 2002: “Irlande du Nord: la paix en haut, la guerre en bas?”, Critique Internationale 16, July: 24-30.
  • 2002: “Internationalization and the Governance of Research”, in collaboration with John Crowley, Innovation, The European Journal of Social Science Research vol.15 n°4: 279-305.
  • 2000: “Irlande du Nord : Une réconciliation incertaine”, Cultures et Conflits, 40 (4/2000):15-35.
  • 2000: “Les pouvoirs publics face aux mouvements de désobéissance civile”, in collaboration with Mario Pedretti, Revue Histoire et Défense – Les Cahiers de Montpellier n°42 II: 77-107.

Book Chapters (selected):

  • 2017: “Les Dieux en guerre malgré eux ?”, in Alain Dieckhoff and Philippe Portier (eds.), Religion et Politique, Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, Enjeu Mondial: 167-176.
  • 2017: “Social Strife”, in Marc Bornstein (ed.), Sage Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development, London, Sage, forthcoming.
  • 2017: “Support Programs for Male Survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence”, in Ron Anderson (ed.), Alleviating World Suffering, New York, Springer: 335-347.
  • 2017: “Gender and Peace Negotiations: Why Gendering Peace Negotiations Multiplies Opportunities for Reconciliation”, in Mark Anstey and Valérie Rosoux (eds.), Negotiating Reconciliation in Peacemaking: Quandaries of Relationship Building, New York, Springer, forthcoming.
  • 2015: “Suffering in Silence? The Silencing of Sexual Violence Against Men in War Torn Countries”, in Ron Anderson (ed.), World Suffering and Quality of Life, New York, Springer: 31-44.
  • 2015: “Terrorism, Civil Strife and Uprisings”, in Aasne Kalland Aarstad, Edith Drieskens, Knud Erik Jørgensen, Katie Laatikainen and Ben Tonra (eds.), The Sage Handbook of European Foreign Policy, London, Sage: 983-997.
  • 2014: “Post-Colonial Britain and Its Former Colonies in the EU”, in Brigitte Vassort-Rousset (ed.), Building Sustainable International Couples, London, Palgrave: 88-110.
  • 2014: “Stating the Obvious? The Role of Diaspora and Migrant Organizations in Development”, in Pascaline Gaborit (ed.), The Strength of Culture for Development; Why Culture Matters in International Cooperation, Brussels, Peter Lang: 81-99.
  • 2013: “Diaspora Politics: From ‘Long Distance Nationalism’ to Autonomization”, in Dirk Halm, Zeynep Sezgin (eds.), Migration and Organized Civil Society - Rethinking National Policy, London, Routledge: 63-78.
  • 2011: “Mobiliser sans culpabiliser. La question du devoir électoral et les campagnes d’incitation civique”, in Anissa Amjahad, Jean-Michel De Waele, Michel Hastings (eds.), Le Vote Obligatoire, Paris, Economica: 107-120.
  • 2011: “The Ransom of Success? The Social Democratic and Labour Party in Northern Ireland”, in Anwen Elias & Filippo Tronconi (eds.), From Protest to Power: Autonomist Parties and the Challenges of Representation, Vienna, Braumüller: 215-231.
  • 2011: “Management of violence and mediation practices at urban interfaces in Northern Ireland”, in Jacques Faget (ed.), Mediation in National and International Political Conflicts, Oxford, Hart Publishing: 137-152.
  • 2011: “Introduction”, in Élise Féron, Anna Orrnert (eds.), Transnational Communities and Conflicts - Challenges and how to address them, Brussels, ELDIS and CORDIS: 7-18.
  • 2011: “Conclusion: The Challenges Ahead”, in Élise Féron, Anna Orrnert (eds.), Transnational Communities and Conflicts - Challenges and how to address them, Brussels, ELDIS and CORDIS: 173-180.
  • 2010: “New Wines in Old Bottles? Recompositions et renouveaux des recherches sur la violence en Irlande du Nord”, in Xavier Crettiez, Laurent Muchielli (eds.), Les violences politiques en Europe, Paris, La Découverte: 89-104.
  • 2009: “The internationalization of community conflicts and the construction of transnational solidarities: the Northern Irish case in a comparative perspective” (with Brigitte Beauzamy), in Mathias Albert, Gesa Bluhm, Jan Helmig, Andreas Leutzsch, Jochen Walter (eds.), Transnational Political Spaces, Agents-Structures-Encounters, Chicago & Frankfurt, Chicago University Press & Campus Verlag: 89-115.
  • 2009: “The Cyprus conflict in a comparative perspective: Assessing the impact of European integration” (with Fatma Güven Lisaniler), in Thomas Diez and Nathalie Tocci (eds.), Cyprus: A Conflict at the Crossroads, Manchester, Manchester University Press: 198-216.
  • 2007: “Citizenship education in France”, in Viola Georgi (ed.), The Making of Citizens in Europe: New Perspectives on Citizenship Education, Bonn, Bpb: 104-109.
  • 2006: “Anti-Globalization Movements and the European Agenda”, in Liana Giorgi, Ingmar Homeyer and Wayne Parsons (eds.), Democracy in the European Union, Towards the Emergence of a Public Sphere, London, Routledge: 115-134.
  • 2006: The Emergence of a European Political Class” (with John Crowley and Liana Giorgi), in Liana Giorgi, Ingmar Homeyer and Wayne Parsons (eds.), Democracy in the European Union, Towards the Emergence of a Public Sphere, London, Routledge: 79-114.
  • 2005: “Entre appropriation et distanciation ; le recours au passé dans la construction des identités communautaires en Afrique du Sud, Irlande du Nord et Israël”, in Faire de la politique comparée, Paris, Khartala: 241-254.
  • 2004: “Autodétermination”, in Notions, Paris, Encyclopædia Universalis: 73-74.
  • 2003: “The Emergence of French regions as Political Actors within the European Union” (in collaboration with Emmanuel Brillet), in William M. Lafferty and Michael Narodoslawsky (eds.), Regional Sustainable Development in Europe: The Challenge of Multi-Level Co-operative Governance, Oslo & Prague, ProSus & Nakladatelstvi a vydavatelstvi litomyslskeho seminare Praha: 49-67.
  • 2003: “Légitimité médiatique et pouvoir local : Bernard Kouchner dans la 20ème circonscription du Nord en 1988”, in Bernard Dolez et Michel Hastings (dir.), Le parachutage politique, Paris, L’Harmattan, 215-230.
  • 2002: “La désobéissance civile en Irlande du Nord”, in Adam Kiss (dir.), (Dés)obéissance et droits humains, Paris, L’Harmattan: 75-100.
  • 2002: “Le chercheur et le conflit. La recherche en Irlande du Nord”, in Philippe Hamman, Jean-Matthieu Méon and Benoît Verrier (dir.), Discours savants, Discours militants, Mélange des genres, Paris, L’Harmattan: 271-292.
  • 2002: “Les antichambres de la paix - Sortir du conflit nord-irlandais”, in Élise Féron and Michel Hastings (dir.), L’imaginaire des conflits communautaires, Paris, L’Harmattan: 285-304.
  • 2002: “Introduction”, in collaboration with Michel Hastings, in Élise Féron and Michel Hastings (dir.), L’imaginaire des conflits communautaires », Paris, L’Harmattan: 11-22.
  • 2001: “Mondialisation et replis identitaires : exploration des imaginaires”, in Charles Patou and Marie-Cécile Naves (dir.), La mondialisation comme concept opératoire, Paris, L’Harmattan: 13-32.
  • 2000: “Images, symboles et mythes dans le discours médiatique sur « l’île verte »”, in Chantal Dentzer-Tatin (dir.), Miroirs, L’art et la manière d’informer, Paris, Editions ADBS: 111-127.

Recent presentations:

  • 2017: “Youth, right-wing extremism and radicalization: The example of the Soldiers of Odin in Finland”, The Imagine Forum: Looking over the Horizon, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, 10 October.
  • 2017: “Communautés transnationales, religions et conflits”, Colloque « Le Religieux entre Global et Local », CERI, Paris, 19 September.
  • 2017: “Wartime Sexual Violence against Men and the International Security Order”, Conference Men and Masculinities: Politics, Policy, Praxis. Örebro University, Sweden 14-16 June.
  • 2017: “Discourses on public sexual harassment and the racism-sexism-nationalism nexus: The case of the soldiers of Odin in Finland” (paper co-written with Sarai Aharoni), 2nd Feminist Peace Research Network Workshop, Lund University, Sweden, 23-24 May.
  • 2016: “Post-Structuralist Perspectives on Wartime Sexual Violence against Men”, Seminar Series in Gender Studies, University of Tampere, 14 September.
  • 2016: “Coping with trauma and horror: male survivors of gender based sexual violence in post-conflict societies”, Brussels School of International Studies International Conference, University of Kent, Brussels, 7-8 April.
  • 2015: “Gender-Based Violence and International Narratives of Suffering”, School of International Development, University of East Anglia, 25 February.
  • 2014: “Cessation de la violence, rapprochement ou réconciliation ? Le cas irlandais”, Journée d’étude, ‘La « réconciliation » après les conflits : un « savoir-faire » européen ?’, Institut Historique Allemand de Paris, 21 November.
  • 2014: “Outside-inside: the crowded space of international peacebuilding”, ‘What role for science in peacebuilding?’, Seminar, Flemish Parliament, Brussels, 16 October.
  • 2014: “Narratives of Suffering: Gender-Based Violence in Warzones and Discourses on International Security”, Panel “Security, Suffering and Indifference”, BISA Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 18-20 June.
  • 2014: “Suffering in Silence? The invisibility of male victims of sexual violence in war torn countries”, 55th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, Toronto, March 26-29.
  • 2013: “Gender and Negotiation”, Reconciliation Workshop, Processes of International Negotiation, St Mary’s College, Durham University, 11 October.
  • 2013: “EU foreign policy in the context of terrorism, civil wars and
    uprisings
    ”, 8th Pan – European Conference on International Relations, Warsaw, 18-21 September.
  • 2013: “Non Coercive Conflict Management: From Track II Approaches to Civil Society Involvement”, International Summer School, “CSOs Facilitating Cross-border Cooperation in Georgian Conflict Zones”, Tbilissi State University, 17 June.
  • 2013: “Diasporas, Culture and Development in Almere, Harlow and Ljubljana”, Conference “Creative Economy as a Link between Culture and Development”, Ljubljana, 23-24 May.
  • 2013: “Sexual Violence against Men and Boys in the Great Lakes Region of Africa. Ethnic Cleansing, Transgression and Group Dynamics”, 54th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, 3-6 April.
  • 2013: “Making Sense of Sexual Violence Against Men and Boys during Conflicts – Some lessons from the Great Lakes Region of Africa”, School of Politics and International Relations Research Seminar (SPIRRS), University of Kent, Canterbury, 27 March.
  • 2012: “The inclusion of women in peace negotiations: An ornament or an ontological change?”, “Reconciliation as Preventive Negotiation” Conference, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 2 November.
  • 2012: “Gender Relations in Post-Conflict Burundi: A Key to Post-Conflict Stabilization?”, 53rd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Diego, 1-4 April.
  • 2011: “Governing Diasporas from Sending States? A Research Note, Workshop “Governing Mobility through ‘Sending States’”, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, 15-17 September.
  • 2011: “De la milice à l’engagement paramilitaire : Parcours de femmes républicaines nord-irlandaises au début des années 1970”, Colloque “Analyse comparée des phénomènes miliciens. Débats, enjeux et nouvelles approches”, CERI, Paris, 22-23 June.
  • 2011: “Diaspora Politics: From “Long Distance Nationalism” to Autonomization”, 8th CEEISA Convention, Istanbul, 15-17 June.
  • 2011: “La réforme du secteur de sécurité et l’intégration du genre”, Université Lumière de Bujumbura, Burundi, 11 April.
  • 2010: “Opportunities and Constraints for Transnational Mobilization: Some Findings from the Cypriot, Irish & South Asian Diasporas in London”, Seventh Pan European Conference on International Relations, Stockholm, 9-11 September.
  • 2010: “The political mobilization of transnational communities. Acting here, having an impact there?”, ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Münster, 22-27 March.
  • 2010: “Conflict Narratives – Some Findings from the PEACE-COM and INFOCON Projects”, Workshop “Conflict Transformation and Peace Building in Israel and Palestine: The Gender Dimensions”, European Commission, Brussels, 17-18 March.
  • 2010: “Transportation and Autonomization of Conflicts – The Cypriot, Irish and South Asian Diasporas in London”, 51st Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, 17-20 February.
  • 2010: “Elites and Emotions in Post-Colonial Relations. The Blair-Ahern “Couple” and Anglo-Irish Relations”, 51st Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, 17-20 February.

Scientific expert positions (selected):

  • 2017-2020: Project Leader, "Regional Challenges to Multilateralism", research project funded by KONE
  • 2013-2014: Co-ordinator, Research project funded by the Conflict Analysis Research Centre (University of Kent, UK), called “Diasporas and Securitization”.
  • 2012-2015: Chair, Scientific Committee of the LABOUR-Plus project (Ethnic Minority Participation Through Education and Employment), funded by the EU ERDF funds under the INTERREG IVC Programme, involving 10 teams originating from 8 European Countries (Belgium, Italy, Latvia, Hungary, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Spain & the UK).
  • 2011-2014: Chair, Scientific Committee of the AWARD project (Awareness Raising and Education for Development and Culture), funded by EuropeAid, involving 3 research teams and 5 local authorities originating from 7 European Countries (Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain & the UK).
  • 2011- European Commission (DG Research), Expert for the evaluation of FP7 and Horizon 2020 projects
  • 2011- Sub-field Editor (Conflict Studies) and member of the Steering Committee of the European Review of International Studies (ERIS)
  • 2010- Member of the Scientific Council of the Flemish Peace Institute, Brussels (Belgium)
  • 2008-2011: Research Director of a research project funded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission called “INFOCON – International Civil Society Forum on Conflicts”, involving 7 research teams, as well as 11 partners from Civil Society.
  • 2008-2013: Member of the Steering Committee of the Standing Group on International Relations of the European Consortium for Political Research
  • 2004-2007: General co-ordinator of a research project funded by the 6th Framework Programme of the European Commission called “PEACE-COM – Peace processes in community conflicts: From understanding the roots of conflicts to conflicts resolution”, involving 9 research teams.
 
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