Linda Eitrem Holmgren
Research Coordinator, Web-Editor, Researcher
Linda Eitrem Holmgren completed her doctoral studies at the Transitional Justice Institute at Ulster University, Northern Ireland in 2020. Her PhD thesis, “Building Gender-Just Citizenship in Northern Ireland: Women’s Political Participation and Transversal Politics in a Deeply Divided Society”, addresses the intersections of gender, political citizenship, ethno-nationalism and women’s grassroots activism in contemporary Northern Ireland. She is employed at the Department of Political Science at Lund University. Linda's research interests lie within International Relations and Peace and Conflict Studies, with a specific focus on gender and feminist perspectives on grassroots peacebuilding, women in peace processes, deeply divided transitional societies and women's citizenship. She has previously conducted research relating to gender and the conflicts in Israel and Palestine, Northern Ireland and Colombia. She is currently part of the project 'Being Young in Conflict' at CMES together with Karin Aggestam and Sarah Anne Rennick.
Linda is Research Coordinator at the Centre for Advanced Middle Eastern Studies, which includes research communication and being the web-editor of CMES website.
Gender, peacebuilding, women's activism, Israel and Palestine, transitional justice, armed conflict, nationalism
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