Karin Dyrstad is an External Associate at PRIO.
By Karin Dyrstad, Kristin M. Bakke & Helga Malmin Binningsbø in International Peacekeeping
By Karin Dyrstad & Solveig Hillesund in Journal of Conflict Resolution
Karin holds MA and PhD degrees in political science from NTNU. She did her PhD research at PRIO 2008–2012 on a project titled "Prospects for democracy in South-East Europe. Democratic values and political participation in Balkan.”
For more info, see the above person page on ntnu.no or her personal web page.
Journal Article in International Peacekeeping
Journal Article in Journal of Conflict Resolution
Journal Article in International Journal of Transitional Justice
Book Chapter in Building Democracy in the Yugoslav Successor States, Accomplishments, Setbacks, Challenges since 1990
Karin Dyrstad, a PhD candidate at NTNU and a research associate of CSCW/PRIO successfully defended her doctoral dissertation in Trondheim on 8 May. The title of the dissertation is 'Civil War and the Transformation of Values'. It discusses the relationship between war experiences, ethnicity, and governance, building on surveys of public opinion from several countries in the Balkans.
Ola Listhaug and Halvard Buhaug served as her dissertation advisers. John O'Loughlin (University of Colorado) and Erin Jenne (Central European University) were the opponents at the dissertation defense.
The two institutions, which have a long-standing institutional relationship, are placed amongst the world’s most influential institutions in a recently released paper which takes takes its cue from the citations and recitations of scholarly articles within International Relations (IR).