Elise Fredrikke Barth left PRIO in 2004. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.
Currenly working on a comparative study of “Gender aspects of conflict intervention. Intended and unintended consequences.” Includes case studies from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Eritrea and Israel/Palestine, where my case is Eritrea. The 3-year collaborative project is funded by the Research Council of Norway, as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway.
Jan, 1 2001 Research Advisor at PRIO.
Psychology, Social Anthropology, English and Multicultural Education, Bergen/Oslo; Cand. polit. Høgskolen i Oslo, February 2001. Thesis: Female Fighters in Eritrea: A Study of Soldiers and Socialization
Non-refereed Journal Article
Barth, Elise Fredrikke (2003) The Reintegration of Female Soldiers in Post-Conflict Societies, Aid Workers Exchange.
Barth, Elise Fredrikke (2002) Kvinner kan krige [Women can Wage War], Dagsavisen, 14 April.
Barth, Elise Fredrikke (2002) Krigens mening og det ødelagte Eritrea [The Meaning of War, and the Destructive Eritrea], Vårt Land, 11 April.
Gunneng, Randi & Elise Fredrikke Barth (2002) Flere kvinner enn menn er funksjonshemmet [More Women than Men are Disabled], Vårt Land, 19 October.
Barth, Elise Fredrikke & Karen Hostens (2003) Gender Aspects of Conflict Interventions: Intended and Unintended Consequences, presented at 44th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), Portland, 25 February–1 March.
Barth, Elise Fredrikke (2001) Negotiating gender roles in post-conflict society: Female ex-soldiers in Eritrea, presented at the working group ‘Social Constructions of Male and Female Sexualities’, Africa Days, the Africa Institute, Uppsala, 5–7 October.