5th Keynote Speaker: Kelly M. Kadera

PHISO is very honored to have Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kelly M. Kadera as one of the keynote speakers for the 3rd international conference on November 09-10, 2019 in Cebu City. To register for the conference, click here. July 31, 2019 is the deadline of registration.

Critiquing the Feminist Peace

Kelly M. Kadera is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Iowa and Director of International Programs’ Academic Programs. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois in 1995. Often using dynamic models, she has published on topics such as war contagion, power relationships, global democratic peace, democratic survival, gender and violence, and gender in the academy. Her work has appeared in the American Journal of Political ScienceConflict Management and Peace ScienceInternational Studies Quarterly, the Journal of Conflict ResolutionInternational Interactions, and International Studies Perspectives. She won the APSA Best Book in Conflict Processes Award (2000-2001), the International Studies Association’s Susan Northcutt Award (2016), and the University of Iowa Honors Program’s Outstanding Teacher Award (2006-2007). She is a former co-editor and associate editor of International Studies Review. She has served on several editorial boards, including those for Conflict Management and Peace ScienceInternational InteractionsInternational Studies Quarterly, the Journal of Global Security Studies, and the Journal of Politics. As a founder of Journeys in World Politics and the inaugural organizer of Pay it Forward, Dr. Kadera has also led more than a decade’s worth of mentoring workshops for junior, female scholars of international politics.

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