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About Neophytos Loizides

Neophytos Loizides is a Senior Lecturer in International Conflict Analysis at the University of Kent. His research focuses on nationalism and conflict regulation in deeply divided societies. His most recent articles on transitional justice, voluntary return among displaced persons, settlers in disputed lands and conflict transformation in peace processes have appeared in Journal of Peace Research, Parliamentary Affairs, Human Rights Quarterly, Nations and Nationalism, Political Geography, Political Studies, West European Politics, Journal of Comparative Politics (in press) and European Journal of Political Research (in press). He is currently writing a book titled Designing Peace Processes to be published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
Dr. Loizides received his PhD at the University of Toronto and held fellowships at the Belfer Centre at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and the Solomon Asch Centre at the University of Pennsylvania. He received his MA at the Central European University and a BA at the University of Pennsylvania. Before joining Kent, he has been a Lecturer in International Politics and Ethnic Conflict at Queen's University Belfast. Dr. Loizides is the Associate Editor of Nationalism and Ethnic Politics published by Taylor and Francis and sits in the editorial board of Federal Governance published by the Forum of Federations.
Dr. Loizides is currently the advisor to the ESRC Doctoral Training Centre applicants for the School of Politics and IR at the University of Kent.

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University of Kent
School of Politics & International Relations,
Rutherford College (office S3.S1)
University of Kent,
Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NX
Phone (office): +44 (0) 1227827457
Fax (school): +44 (0) 1227827033
E-mail: n.loizides@kent.ac.uk

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