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

On resarch leave at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies (University of Notre Dame) in Spring 2022 (till June 30, 2022).

 

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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