Robert U. Nagel

Robert U. Nagel

Education

09/2015 - 09/2018

University of Kent

Canterbury, England

PhD candidate, International Conflict Analysis

09/2013 - 09/2015

University of Kent, Philipps-University Marburg

Canterbury, England; Marburg, Germany

MA, Peace and Conflict Studies (International Double Award)

10/2010 - 07/2013

Ruprecht Karl University Heidelberg

Heidelberg, Germany

BSc, Psychology

Work experience

started in 10/2016

Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict Project

Research Assistant

Updating the SVAC dataset for the time period 2010-2015

started in 01/2016

University of Kent

Assistant Lecturer

Module PO657 - Political Research and Analysis

Module PO661 - Fact, Evidence, Knowledge and Power

started in 09/2015

Conflict Research Society

Intern

Website maintenance, desk research, supporting the organising of the annual CRS conference

11/2014 - 07/2015

Center for Conflict Studies - Philipps-University Marburg

Student research assistant

Website maintenance, editorial work, and students’ inquiries

05/2014 - 09/2014

IB Consultancy

Intern/Trainee

Editorial work, desk research, and supporting the organising and hosting of the 2014 NCT CBRNe Europe conference

10/2012 - 07/2013

Social Psychology Department - Ruprecht Karl University Heidelberg

Student research assistant

Planning, discussing and conducting experiments

08/2012 - 10/2012

Center for Conflict Studies - Philipps-University Marburg

Intern

Organising, preparing, and overseeing the 2012 conference 'The Constitution of Peace – Current Debates and Future Perspectives'

08/2009 - 07/2010

German Development Service - Ajumako, Ghana

Volunteer

The focus of the voluntary service was fourfold: education, human rights, democracy building, and youth activities.

Presentations

09/2016

Annual Conflict Research Society Conference, Dublin, Ireland

Warriors Won’t Talk - Gender and Peacemaking

12/2015

Uppsala-Essex-Kent Conflict Graduate Workshop, Uppsala, Sweden

Gender Equality and Conflict Management

11/2015

Power-Sharing Pacts and the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda: Constructive Engagements, Belfast, UK

Why a seat at the table is not enough - The case of the Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition

09/2015

Annual Conflict Research Society Conference, Canterbury, UK

The Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition and the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement - Why a seat at the table is not enough

Publications

forthcoming

Peer reviewed book chapter with Dr. Govinda Clayton ‘Mediation and Foreign Policy’ in Haney, P., Harnish, S., Kaarbo, J. Oppermann, K., & Tago, A. (eds.) Oxford Encyclopedia of Foreign Policy Analysis, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

09/2015

Master’s thesis - The Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition and the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement - Why a seat at the table is not enough

Accessible at the Templeman library, University of Kent

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/

09/2015

10/2014

08/2014

Training and Skills

Methods

Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis

2016 - Beyond OLS: Categorical Choice and Count Models

The National Archives UK

2016 - Postgraduate Archival Skills Training - Modern Overseas Skills and Methodology Workshop

Languages

German

Native

English

Fluent (native level)

French

Basic (Level B1)