Recent Publications

Christophersen, Sara (2022) Embodied Agency: Creating Room for Maneuver through Dance in Palestine, Conflict and Society 8(1): 227–241.
Grabska, Katarzyna & Cindy Horst (2022) Art, violent conflict and displacement, Conflict and Society 8(1): 172–191.
Grabska, Katarzyna (2022) Visual Storytelling about Genocide, Displacement, and Exile: Encounters with Rithy Panh, Conflict and Society 8(1): 192–211.
Horst, Cindy (2022) Questioning artists: Contributing societal critique and alternative visions in dark times, Conflict and Society 8(1): 212–226.
Sommerfelt, Tone (2022) A biographic foreword to Axel Sommerfelt’s 1967 paper – from a daughter’s point of view, History and Anthropology 33(5): 560–571.
Horst, Cindy & Odin Lysaker (2021) Miracles in Dark Times: Hannah Arendt and Refugees as ‘Vanguard’, Journal of Refugee Studies 34(1): 67–84.
Horst, Cindy (2021) Refugee Education: A Long-Term Investment, PRIO Policy Brief, 4. Oslo: PRIO.
Carrozza, Ilaria & Marie Sandnes (2021) Studying Diversity in European Academia: Transparency and Access to Syllabi on African Politics, Peace and Conflict, PRIO Policy Brief, 3. Oslo: PRIO.
Hatay, Mete (2021) Performing peace: Vernacular reconciliation and the diplomacy of return in Cyprus, Journal of Refugee Studies. DOI: 10.1093/jrs/feab003/6252979.
Stapnes, Trude & Cindy Horst (2020) Responsibility to Protest: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Motives for Protest Participation in Myanmar, Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. DOI: 10.1037/pac0000473.
Christophersen, Sara (2020) Embodied possibilities: A study of dance as an artistic, everyday practice in Palestine. MA thesis, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo, Oslo.
Grabska, Katarzyna (2020) Exposition 120 vaches [The art installation 120 cows: co-production of knowledge about the experiences of women refugees], Cahiers d’Études africaines 240: 1023–1026.
Horst, Cindy (2019) Refugees, Peacebuilding, and the Anthropology of the Good, in Refugees' Roles in Resolving Displacement and Building Peace: Beyond Beneficiaries. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press (39–54).
Hatay, Mete (2019) From Salvation to Struggle: On Commemoration, Affect, and Agency in Cyprus, History and Memory 31(1): 25–58.
Hatay, Mete (2019) From Salvation to Struggle: Commemoration, Affect, and Agency in Cyprus, in Memorials in the Aftermath of Armed Conflict: from History to Heritage. London: Palgrave (61–93).