The New Politics of Aid - guest lecture by Prof. A. Paczyńska, George Mason University (USA)

Institute of Political Sciences and Administration and Doctoral School of Social Sciences, UMCS invite faculty and students to the guest lecture by Prof. Agnieszka Paczyńska from School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution in George Mason University (USA).

Prof. Paczyńska lecture title will be "The New Politics of Aid: Emerging Donors’ Interventions in Conflict-Affected States". 

Prof. dr hab. Marek Pietras will chair the meeting. 

The lecture initiates the 2023 African Transitions Series.

Time and venue: Wednesday, March 1st, 11:00 am; Sala Rad Naukowych (Room  A.4.35), Political Science and Journalism Faculty Bldg, Głęboka 45, Lublin.  Lecture in English. 

Prof. Agnieszka Paczynska’s research focuses on the relationship between economic and political change and conflict, development and conflict, security-development nexus, post-conflict reconstruction policies, the relationship between globalization processes and local conflicts, and conflict resolution pedagogy. She is the author of State, Labor and the Transition to a Market Economy: Egypt, Poland, Mexico and the Czech Republic (Penn State University Press) , and editor of Changing Landscape of Assistance to Conflict-Affected States: Emerging and Traditional Donors and Opportunities for Collaboration (Stimson Center), Conflict Zone, Comfort Zone: Pedagogy, Methodology and Best Practices in Field-Based Courses (with Susan Hirsch, Ohio University Press), and The New Politics of Aid: Emerging Donors and Conflict-Affected States (Lynne Rienner Publishers). Her research has been published in Peacebuilding, Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Review of International Political Economy, PS Political Science and other peer-reviewed journals;



    Date of addition
    27 February 2023