Curriculum Vitae. Mona Lilja Ph.D. in Peace and Development Studies, Göteborg University, School of Global Studies (PADRIGU) (2007) - PDF

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Curriculum Vitae January 2008 Mona Lilja School of Global Studies (SGS) Göteborg University Box 700 S Göteborg, Sweden Office: Fax: PERSONAL INFORMATION Date of birth: EDUCATION 2007 Ph.D. in Peace and Development Studies, Göteborg University, School of Global Studies (PADRIGU) (2007) 2000 Licentiate exam, Göteborg University, Department of Peace and Development Research (PADRIGU) B.A. in Peace and Development, Göteborg University, PADRIGU RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 2007 Research project Hybrid Democracy and the Processes of Change: the Political Transformation of Installed Democracies. A research co-operation between Professor Joakim Öjendal and Mona Lilja, funded by Sida Research project The Democratisation of Democracy: Viewing Women s Political Participation in Cambodia and the Palestinian Self-rule Areas. A doctoral project funded by Sida and supervised by Professor Björn Hettne and PhD Michael Schulz Research programme Discourses and Practices of Democracy in Southeast Asia Globalisation, National Governance and Local Responses at the Centre for Asian Studies (CEAS), Göteborg University. The project was funded by Sida. Research programme dealing with the prospects for democracy in Palestine. A research co-operation between the BirZeit University and the Centre for Middle East Studies, Göteborg University. The project was funded by Sida. TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1997 School of Global Studies, PADRIGU, Göteborg University. Lecturing on power, resistance, democracy, society, social change, memory, gender, essay writing and method, on courses of first, second- and third- year undergraduates Tutor of B.A. and M.A. theses in Development studies and International Relations Halmstad Högskola. Lecturing on UN, democracy and Cambodia on courses of first year undergraduates CEAS, Göteborg University. Lecturing on power, resistance, democracy, society and gender, on courses of first year undergraduates Department of Gender Studies, Göteborg University. Lecturing on power, resistance, democracy, society and gender, on courses of first, second- and third- year undergraduates. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCES 2005 Research Network on Power, Resistance & Social Change. Initiators & Organisers: Mona Lilja & Stellan Vinthagen Administrator at Peace Collage, Jerusalem, Göteborg University, a Master course in Peace and Development Studies Responsible for the administration of courses of second- and thirdyear undergraduates in International Relations and in Development Studies, Göteborg University, PADRIGU. CONSULTANCY AND EVALUATION EXPERIENCES 2004 Consultant at Sida s gender-desk. Providing gender analysis on policy documents Consultant at Resource Policy Support Initiative (REPSI) led by World Resources Initiative (WRI), Washington. 2001 Report commissioned by Globkom (a parliamentary commission), Demokrati och gender: politiskt deltagande i ett globalt perspektiv, Stockholm Consultant at Sida. Evaluation of CDRI (Cambodian Development Resource Institute) Consultant at Forum Syd, Cambodia. A report commissioned by Forum Syd, Phnom Penh, Democracy or Warfare: Viewing the Election Process of Cambodia. PUBLICATIONS Lilja, Mona (forthcoming 2008) Gendering Legitimacy through the Reproduction of Violent Discourses in Cambodia. In Asian Perspective, issue #1 (vol. 32). Lilja, Mona and Joakim Öjendal (forthcoming 2008) Introduction. In Mona Lilja and Joakim Öjendal (eds), Imaging Political Legitimacy in Cambodia: Reconstruction in a Postconflict Society. Copenhagen: Nias Press. Lilja, Mona (forthcoming 2008) Globalization, Women s Political Participation and the Politics of Legitimacy and Reconstruction in Cambodia. In Mona Lilja and Joakim Öjendal (eds), Imaging Political Legitimacy in Cambodia: Reconstruction in a Post-conflict Society. Copenhagen: Nias Press. Lilja, Mona and Joakim Öjendal (forthcoming 2008) Conclusions Rebuilding Political Legitimacy under Post-conflict Conditions. In Mona Lilja and Joakim Öjendal (eds.), Imaging Political Legitimacy in Cambodia: Reconstruction in a Post-conflict Society. Copenhagen: Nias Press. Lilja, Mona (forthcoming 2007) Power, Resistance and Women Politicians in Cambodia: Discourses of Emancipation. Copenhagen: Nias Press. Lilja, Mona (2007) Speakings of Resistance: Women Politicians Negotiating Discursive Power in Cambodia, PhD thesis, Göteborg University, SGS. Lilja, Mona and Stellan Vinthagen (2007) Resistance. In Gary L. Anderson and Kathryn G. Herr (eds.), Encyclopaedia of Activism and Social Justice. London: Sage. Lilja, Mona (2006) Performances of Resistance: Women s struggle for political power in Cambodia. In The New Voices, New Perspective Series. Santo Domingo: United Nations. Lilja, Mona and Tevy Prom (2002) Female Politicians in Cambodia. In People and the 1998 National elections in Cambodia: Their Voices, Roles and Impact on Democracy. Phnom Penh. Hasselskog, Malin, Mona Lilja, Sith Samath, Pia Wallgren and Joakim Öjendal (2001) Adressing Anarchy: Decentralisation and Natural Resource Management in Ratanakiri Province, Upland Cambodia, SEI (Stockholm Enviroment Institute). Stockholm: SEI/REPSI Report Series No. 2 Lilja, Mona (2001) Diskursens makt: om kvinnliga identiteter och beslutsfattande i Kambodja och politiskt beslutsfattande. In Björn Hettne & Leif Eriksson (eds), Makt och Internationella Relationer. Lund: Studentlitteratur. Andersson, Erik and Mona Lilja (2001) Makt och Emancipation: några teoretiska reflektioner In Björn Hettne & Leif Eriksson (ed.), Makt och Internationella Relationer, Lund: Studentlitteratur. Lilja, Mona (2000) Democracy and Power: Viewing Processes of Change and Resistance, Licentiate thesis, Göteborg University. Eklöf, Jan, Mona Lilja and Charles Myers (2000) Swedish Support to the Development of Policy Research in Cambodia: the Cambodia Development Resource Institute (CDRI), Stockholm, Sida. Lilja, Mona and Henrik Norberg (1999) Genderised Power Discourses in Cambodian Politics. In Michael Schulz (ed), Peace and Development: Their interrelationship in the global system, Göteborg: Padrigu Papers Series. Lilja, Mona (1998) I avsaknad av en föreställning: om kvinnliga politiker i Kambodja. In Feministiskt Perspektiv, 1998:4, Göteborg. CONFERENCE PAPERS International Studies Association (ISA), Chicago 28 feb 3 March Paper presented: Gendering Legitimacy through the Reproduction of Violent Discourses in Cambodia. International Studies Association (ISA), San Diego March Paper presented: Repetitions in Time: Gendered Legitimacy and the Reproduction of Violent Discourses in Cambodia Memories in Action. The Role of Memories in Social Change, The Sociology Faculty of University of Roma, Rome July Paper presented: (together with Eric Andersson): Subversive Experience, Disorderly Memorizing Mothering. Facets of Power in International Relations, Millennium Annual Conference in London, October Paper presented: Everyday Speakings of Power and Resistance: Female politicians in Cambodia negotiating democracy. Women and Politics in Asia, International Conference on Women and Politics in Asia, Halmstad, Sweden, 6 7 June, 2003. Paper presented: Hybrid Liberal Democracy in a Cambodian context: A Discursive Construction with Implications for Women. Fattiga och Rika, Lund University, 9 11 January Paper presented: Knowledge and Education as Resistance: the Politics of Female Politicians in Cambodia. SSAAPS Asia-Pacific Annual Conference, Göteborg, September Paper presented: Oh, I am Scared of a Woman like that: Women s identities as means of Resistance. EUROSEAS 98, University of Hamburg, 2 6 September 1998 Paper presented: Women and democracy in Cambodia. Discourses and Practices of Democracy in Southeast Asia, The Nordic Institute for Asian Studies (NIAS), Köpenhamn, 4 7 oktober, Paper presented: Cambodia and the election process. OTHER Deputy member of the Academic Committee of Centre for Middle East Studies, Göteborg University Deputy member of the Board of Department of Peace and Development research, Göteborg University Member of the board, Forum for Female Researchers, Göteborg university Chairman of the Red Cross Cambodia group, Göteborg, Sweden.
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