Hilmi Ulas

Hilmi Ulas

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Hilmi Ulas holds a BA in Political Science and French. He has been working for the Genocide Prevention Program with S-CAR for the past year. Hilmi is from Cyprus and wishes to “contribute to the peaceful and mutually beneficial solution of the Cypriot problem”. Hilmi would like to pursue a career as a scholar/practitioner. To study the psychodynamics of identity in conflict situations, inter-group dialogues and conflict transformation process within Cyprus. His MS thesis is on identify transformation in Rwanda. A possible PhD dissertation topic would be Cypriot Narratives: Identity Creation, Damaged Narratives, and Narrative Repair through Dialogue. Hilmi is a Dean’s Fellow.



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May 01, 2012
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The John Burton Library and Resource Center Spring 2015 Research and Writing Workshop SeriesWriting in Focus:Join us to learn advanced writing skills for the field! Wednesdays 3:30- 4:30 in the John Burton LibraryMetropolitan Bldg.  5th FloorArlington Campus Learn how to develop
February 04, 2015
Explaining the Role & Impact of International Policies within the Context Cypriot Conflict: A Multimethod Case Study - Hilmi Ulas Friday, January 23rd12:00pm - 1:00pmNE Module Conference Room, Fairfax Abstract:Despite all attempts to the contrary, conflicts involving unrecognized
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