People

Dr Dragana Vidovic

Fixed Term Teacher
Department of Government
Catalyst Project Research Assistant
Department of Government
Dr Dragana Vidovic

Profile

Biography

GV 150 Politics and Power, Spring 2016 GV163 Introduction to United States, 2015-2017 GV214 International Relations: Theories and Approaches, Fall 2017 GV271 The European Union: Institutions and Policies, 2015-2017 Cunningham, D.E., Gleditsch, K.S., Gonzalez, B., Vidovic, D. and White, P.B., 2017.Words and deeds: From incompatibilities to outcomes in anti-government disputes. Journal of Peace Research, 54(4 ), pp.468-483. Belgioioso, M., Gleditsch, K. and Vidovic, D., 2017. A Tale of Two Governments? Government Responses and Perceived Influence in the 2014 Protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Journal of Global Security Studies. White, P. B., Vidovic, D., Gonzalez, B., Gleditsch, K. S., and Cunningham, D. E. 2015. Nonviolence as a Weapon of the Resourceful: From Claims to Tactics in Mobilization. Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 20(4 ), 471 491. ERC Scholarship Grant, UK, 2014-2016.Conflict, Strategies, and Violence: An Actor based Approach to Violent and Non-ViolentInteractions, project with Prof. Kristian S. Gleditsch. The Rotary Peace Fellowship, UK, 2012-2013.Completed M.A. International Politics and Security Studies at the University of Bradford. The Whalen Family Foundation and College of Saint Benedict President'sScholarship, USA, 2002-2006.Completed B.A. Psychology and B.A. Theatre.

Qualifications

  • Ph.D. University of Essex (2018)

Research and professional activities

Thesis

Barriers to Nonviolent Resistance: Identities, Aims and State Responses to Dissent

Research interests

social movements

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nonviolent campaigns

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ethnic conflict

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societal polarization

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Contact

dvidov@essex.ac.uk

Location:

5.022, Colchester Campus

Working pattern:

Tuesday 10:30-12:30pm