Background publications

Bilali, R., & Ross, M. (2012). Remembering intergroup conflict. In Tropp, L. R. (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of intergroup conflict (pp. 123-135). New York: Oxford University Press

Bilali, R., & Vollhardt, J.R. (2013). Priming effects of a reconciliation radio drama on historical perspective taking in the aftermath of mass violence in Rwanda. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 144-151.

Cecconi, A. (2011). Dreams, Memory, and War: An Ethnography of Night in the Peruvian Andes. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, 16(2), 401-424.

De Mel, N. (2001). Women & the nation’s narrative: gender and nationalism in twentieth century Sri Lanka. Rowman & Littlefield.

De Mel, N. (2007). Militarizing Sri Lanka: Popular culture, memory and narrative in the armed conflict. SAGE Publications Pvt. Limited.

Elcheroth, G. (2006). Individual-level and community-level effects of war trauma on social representations related to humanitarian law. European Journal of Social Psychology, 39, 907-930.

Elcheroth, G. & Reicher, S.(2014). ‘Not our war, not our country’: Contents and contexts of Scottish political rhetoric and popular understandings during the invasion of Iraq. British Journal of Social Psychology, 53(1), 112-133.

Elcheroth, G., Penic, S. Fasel, R., Giudici, F., Glaeser, S., Joye, D., Le Goff, J.-M., Morselli, D.& Spini, D. (2013). Spatially weighted context data and their application to collective war experiences. Sociological Methodology, 43(1), 364-411.

Green E.G.T., Sarrasin O., Fasel N., Staerklé C. (2011). Nationalism and patriotism as predictors of immigration attitudes in Switzerland: A municipality-level analysis. Swiss Political Science Review, 17(4), pp. 369-393.

Green, E. G. T., & Staerklé, C. (2013). Migration and multiculturalism. L. Huddy, D. O. Sears, & J. Levy (Eds.) Oxford handbook of Political Psychology (pp. 852-889). Oxford University Press.

Maffi, I. (2005). La fabrication des frontières nationales dans les manuels scolaires jordaniens. A contrario 2, 26-44.

Ndayisaba, L. (2011). Evaluation de l’effet des projets de paix et gouvernance réalisés par le PNUD au Burundi de 2005 à 2009. New York: UNPD.

Ndayisaba, L. (2013). Rôle de l’Université dans la consolidation de la paix: Cas du Burundi; in L’Analyste topique. Actes du Colloque Régional sur le Rôle de l’Université et de l’Universitaire dans la construction de la paix et le développement durable dans la Région des Grands Lacs africains, Publication de l’Université Libre des Pays des Grands Lacs de Goma (DR Congo), pp.183-207.

Nimr, S. (2008). Fast Forward to the Past: A Look into Palestinian Collective Memory. Cahiers de littérature orale, (63-64), 338-349.

Ramanathapillai, R. (2006). The Politicizing of Trauma: A Case Study of Sri Lanka. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 12(1), 1-18.

Reicher, S. & Hopkins, N. (2001). Psychology and the end of history: A critique and a proposal for the psychology of social categorization. Political Psychology, 22(2), 383-407.

Reicher, S. (2004) The Context of Social Identity: Domination, Resistance and Change. Political Psychology, 25(6), 921 – 945.

Spini, D., Elcheroth, G., Corkalo Biruski, D. (2014). War, community, and social change.Collective experiences in the former Yugoslavia. Berlin & New York: Springer (Peace Psychology Book Series).

Usoof-Thowfeek, R. (2012). Putting back the pieces together: The psychological wellbeing of returned communities in Vavuniya and Mannar. In T. de Silva and D. Herath (Eds.) Healing the wounds? Rebuilding Sri Lanka after the war. Colombo: International Centre for Ethnic Studies

Vollhardt, J. R. (2009). The role of victim beliefs in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: Risk or potential for peace? Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 15, 135-159.

Vollhardt, J. R. (2012). Collective victimization. In L. Tropp (Ed.), Oxford handbook of intergroup conflict (pp. 136 – 157). New York: Oxford University Press.

Vollhardt, J.R. & Bilali, R. (in press). The role of inclusive and exclusive victim consciousness in predicting intergroup attitudes: Findings from Rwanda, Burundi, and DRC. Political Psychology.