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Conflict Analysis and Resolution at the Institute of Conflict Analysis and Resolution Chair, George Mason University

February 10th, 2010

Area of Expertise: Media, Religion, War and Conflict
Geographical Expertise - Country: Somalia
Language: English
Field of Work: Academia
City: Arlington
Country: USA
Continent: North America

Email: andrea.bartoli@theglobalexperts.org

Barton Andrea BartoliDr. Andrea Bartoli is Drucie French Cumbie Chair of Conflict Analysis and Resolution at the Institute of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University.

Dr. Bartoli’s work focuses primarily on issues of peacemaking and genocide prevention, and his primary interests focus on the emergence of peace and its sustainability, through both preventive and systemic approaches. He is the author of  ’Christianity and Peacebuilding’ in Religion and Peacebuilding, edited by H. Coward and G. Smith (State University of New York Press, 2004).

Dr. Bartoli is the founding director of the Center for International Conflict Resolution at Columbia University, New York, and has been a member of the faculty at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs since 1994. Between 1992 and 1999 he was also the associate director of the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies at Columbia University. Before coming to Columbia, Dr. Bartoli was a lecturer at the University of Rome–Tor Vergata (1987–92) and the director of the Center for the Study of Social Programs (1986–92).

He is the co-editor of Somalia, Rwanda and Beyond: The Role of International Media in Wars and International Crisis (Italian Academy for Advanced Studies, 1995).

An anthropologist by training, Dr. Bartoli completed his Italian dottorato di ricerca (PhD equivalent) at the University of Milan and his laurea (BA-MA equivalent) at the University of Rome.

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