Tanja Ellingsen

Associate Professor of Political Science, NTNU

Tanja Ellingsen left PRIO in 2012. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons. Tanja Ellingsen is an External Associate at PRIO.

Background

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Please see Ellingsen's homepage at NTNU​ for more information about this person.

All Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Ellingsen, Tanja (2005) Toward a Revival of Religion and Religious Clashes?, Terrorism and Political Violence 17(3): 305–332.
Gleditsch, Nils Petter; Håvard Hegre; Tanja Ellingsen & Scott Gates (2001) Toward a Democratic Civil Peace? Democracy, Political Change and Civil War 1816–1992, American Political Science Review 95(1): 33–48.
Ellingsen, Tanja (2000) Colorful Community or Ethnic Witches' Brew? Multiethnicity and Domestic Conflict during and after the Cold War, Journal of Conflict Resolution 44(2): 228–249.
Hauge, Wenche Iren & Tanja Ellingsen (1998) Beyond Environmental Scarcity: Causal Pathways to Conflict, Journal of Peace Research 35(3): 299–317.
Ellingsen, Tanja (1997) Fargerikt fellesskap eller etnisk heksebrygg? Væpnet konflikt og politisk styresett under og etter den kalde krigen , Norsk Statsvitenskapelig Tidsskrift 13(2): 145–167.

PhD Thesis

Ellingsen, Tanja (2005) Prospects for the Future: Towards a Clash of Civilizations?. PhD thesis, Department of political Science, University of Oslo, Oslo.

Book Chapter

Hegre, Håvard; Tanja Ellingsen; Scott Gates & Nils Petter Gleditsch (2005) Toward a Democratic Civil Peace? Democracy, Political Change and Civil War, 1816-1992, in Paul F. Diehl, ed., War: SAGE Library of International Relations. London: SAGE (165–193).
Ellingsen, Tanja (2005) Sivilisasjonskonflikter, in Islamistisk Terrorisme. Oslo: (197–216).
Hegre, Håvard; Nils Petter Gleditsch; Scott Gates & Tanja Ellingsen (2005) Towards a Democratic Civil Peace, in War. Library of International Relations. London: (165–193).
Hauge, Wenche Iren & Tanja Ellingsen (2000) Causal Pathways to Conflict, in Environmental Conflict. Boulder, CO: (36–57).