Lecture on the theme of 'Civilians in Warzones'
Carolyn Nordstrom's principle area of interest is the anthropology of war and peace with a focus on the epicenters of conflict and peace building in the contemporary world. She has conducted extensive on-site fieldwork in war zones worldwide, with long-term interests in southern Africa and south Asia. She is the author of "A Different Kind of War Story," which chronicles the civil war in Mozambique from the 1970s until 1992. Other books by Carolyn are “Fieldwork Under Fire” , “Shadows of War” (2004) and “Global Outlaws” (2007). Her interests also include gender, children, and transnational criminal systems in war and peace - topics about which she co-edited two books, several monographs, and over three dozen articles. (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley)