Dr. Pınar Dinç has a Ph. D. in Political Science from the Department of Government at the London School of Economics. Her research interests lie in the areas of nationalism, ethnicity, social movements, memory, diaspora and the conflict-environment nexus in the Middle East and beyond. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Political Science. She leads the interdisciplinary Exploring Conflict- Environment Interactions for Sustainable Development and Conservation Project, ECO-Syria, since September 2023, which is funded by the Strategic Research Area: The Middle East in the Contemporary World (MECW) at the Centre for Advanced Middle Eastern Studies, Lund University.
Nationalism, collective identity, conflict, diaspora, Turkey and Kurds, political ecology
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Current Projects at CMES
Climate Stress Syria (2020-2023)
ECO-Syria: Exploring Conflict-Environment Interactions for Sustainable Development and Conservation (2023-2026), funded by the MECW Research Program
FIRE: Fighting Insurgency, Ruining the Environment (2018-ongoing)
Turkey Beyond Borders - Critical Voices, New Perspectives (2020-ongoing)