2009 St. Paul's College University Affiliation Lecture

Dr. Harry Anastasiou
Portland State University

Thursday, March 26, 2009

The Perils and Challenges of Ethic Nationalism: The Case of Cyprus

Dr. Harry AnastasiouHarry Anastasiou, PhD, is a core faculty member of the Conflict Resolution Graduate Program and an affiliate of the International Studies Program at Portland State University. His academic endeavors have centered on Interethnic and International Peace and Conflict Studies, with practical contributions in the design, facilitation, and implementation of interethnic conflict resolution initiatives. For more than a decade, he has taken a leading role in the development and growth of a citizen-based peace movement in the ethnically divided island of Cyprus, and in Greek-Turkish relations.

Dr. Anastasiou has also been a participating member of “The Harvard Study Group,” a bicommunal think-tank comprised of policy leaders and academics working on ideas and approaches for the peaceful resolution of the Cyprus problem. As an academic, he has published numerous works on peace and conflict issues, focusing on Cyprus, nationalism and interethnic conflict, peace building, and the European Union.

2009 St. Paul's College University Affiliation Lecture Dr. Harry Anastasiou

The St. Paul’s College University Affiliation Lecture is sponsored by the University of Manitoba, The Ph.D. and Joint M.A. Programs in Peace and Conflict Studies, and St. Paul’s College, with financial support provided by Aikins Law.

Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice at St. Paul's College

Dr. Harry Anastasiou

Dr. Harry Anastasiou
Portland State University

2009 St. Paul's College University
Affilitiation Lecture
Thursday, March 26, 2009

Thank you to
Aikins Law
for their financial support of this annual lecture.