Karina Korostelina

Karina Korostelina
Associate Professor of Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Ph.D (Kandidat of science), Psychology, Odessa State University, 1994
Typology of decision making process
Dr. of Sc. (Habit.) Social Psychology, Institute of Psychology of Ukrainian Academy of Science., 2003
Structure and dynamic of social identity system
M.A (Honors), Kiev State University, 1991
Psychologist, lecturer on psychology

Biography

Karina V. Korostelina is an Associate Professor and Director of the Program on History Memory and Conflict at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, GMU . She has taught at National Taurida University, Ukraine and, since 2003, at GMU, where she also serves as Director of on-line M.S. program. She is also is a Chair of the Peace Culture and Communication Commission of the International Peace Research Association.

Professor Korostelina is a social psychologist whose work focuses on social identity and identity-based conflicts, intergroup insult, the nation building processes, the relationships between Muslim and non-Muslim populations, role of history in conflict and post-conflict societies, conflict resolution and peacebuilding. She has been Fulbright New Century Scholar in 2002-2003, fellow at the Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research in 2009, fellow at the Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in 1999-2000, and a visiting scholar at the Curriculum Resource Center of the Central European University in 2001. In 1993-2003 she was conducting research on ethnic and religious conflicts in Ukraine and served as a project director, mediator, and trainer for numerous conflict intervention programs. Since 2003 she is conducting research on identity-based conflicts in Armenia, Georgia, Morocco, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Tajikistan, Turkey, and Ukraine. She has received 34 grants from the MacArthur Foundation, Luce Foundation, Spenser Foundation, Ebert Foundation, Soros Foundation (Research Support Scheme, Managing Multicultural Communities Project, Renaissance Foundation), the United State Institute of Peace, US Na



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Awards and Honors
Co-Principle investigator, Lessons Learned project: Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Iraq and Afghanistan
Co-Principle investigator, Lessons Learned project: Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Iraq and Afghanistan. Grant of the Center for Complex Operations, National Defense University.
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