Work in Progress
- From gang fight to ‘religious’ war: Militia formation in Indonesia’s Maluku conflict. (Working Paper).
- Gender and Peacebuilding in Jos, Nigeria. (Working Paper).
- Women’s Participation in Peace Negotiations and the Durability of Peace. (Working Paper).
- Protective Civilian Agency and Implications for Civilian Protection. (Working Paper).
- The Ethics, Rewards and Limitations of Ethnography in Conflict Zones. (In preparation for a special issue of Comparative Political Studies on the ethics of methods in conflict studies).
Resilient Communities: Civilian Mobilisation and (Non)-Violence in Communal War. Cambridge University Press. 2018.
Articles and Book Chapters
Non-Violence and Civilian Agency in Communal War: Evidence from Jos, Nigeria African Affairs, (2017) 116 (463): 261-283.
A Wealth of Expertise and Lived Experience: Conversations between International Women Peace Activists at the ‘Women Lead to Peace Summit’ preceding the Geneva II Peace Talks on Syria, January 2014. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 17:2, 2015 (with Cynthia Enloe).
Revisiting Protection from Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: Actors, Victims, and Power. In: Gizelis, T-I. and L. Olsson (eds): Gender, Peace and Security: Implementing UNSCR 1325. Routledge 2015.
Gender Equality and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Revisiting Gender Mainstreaming in Research and Policy. In: Gizelis, T-I. and L. Olsson (eds): Gender, Peace and Security: Implementing UNSCR 1325. Routledge 2015 (with Theodora-Ismene Gizelis).
Assessing Policy Responses to the Resource Curse: Can Civil Society live up to the Expectation? Global Governance 17:2, 2011 (with Gilles Carbonnier and Fritz Brugger).
Democratic Governance. In: Vincent Chetail (ed), Post-Conflict Peacebuilding. A Lexicon. Oxford University Press (with Rama Mani). 2009.
Resilient Communities: Explaining Non-Violence during Ethno-Religious Conflict in Indonesia (Ambon) and Nigeria (Jos). PhD Thesis. Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. February 2013.
A Deadly Cycle: Ethno-Religious Conflict in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. Geneva: Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development/Small Arms Survey. 2011.
Jos: Guarding Peace in the Midst of Ethno-Religious Violence. Comunidad Segura Magazine Number 8, October 2011
Explaining Nigeria’s 2010 Christmas Killings. OpenDemocracy. 03.01.2011.
Resource Wealth, Autonomy, and Peace in Aceh: Managing the Economic Dimensions of Conflict in Peace Processes. CCDP Working Paper No. 3, 2009 (with Achim Wennmann).