Faculty

Lydia Schoeppner

Teaching Assistant Professor, Conflict Resolution Studies

Lydia Schoeppner

Program(s)

Conflict Resolution Studies

Email

l.schoeppner:@:uwinnipeg.ca

Phone

204-258-3043

Office

2MS27

Areas of Teaching

Introduction to Conflict Resolution Studies, Conflict and Culture, Conflict Transformation

Education

PhD, Peace and Conflict Studies (University of Manitoba); MA, Political Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, American Studies (Philipps University Marburg/ Germany)

Work in Detail

Teaching

CRS 1200 - Introduction to Conflict Resolution Studies

CRS 2241 - Conflict and Culture

CRS 3220 - Models for Conflict Transformation

Research

The Inuit Circumpolar Council as agent of peacemaking, conflicts in the Arctic (focus on Greenland and Nunavut), colonization/ decolonization of the Arctic, Indigenous/ Inuit local and international peacemaking, Everyday Peace, Hybrid Peace, cultures of peace. 

 

 

 

Community

Lydia is an Executive Board member of the German Canadian Congress MB.

 

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