Hanne Eggen Røislien

PhD-Fellow, NTNU & Doctoral Researcher, PRIO

Hanne Eggen Røislien
Hanne Eggen Røislien left PRIO in 2010. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.

Research Interests

Hanne is in 2010 finalising her doctoral dissertation on the role of religion in the Israel Defense Force (IDF). The dissertation is based on a series of interviews with IDF soldiers, and will be submitted to the Department of Religious Studies, at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (see: www.ntnu.no/arv).

 

She has also conducted extensive research on settlement issues and settler movement in the West Bank. Hanne's research is qualitative and interview based. General focus is on the Middle East, Israeli politics, religion, military studies, Israeli settlements, conflict, and culture.

 

Hanne is attached to PRIO's research project "Comparative Ethics of War" at the Ethics, Norms and Identities (ENI) programe. She was also part of the "Missing Peace: Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding in the Middle East"-group.

Background

Languages spoken:

Norwegian, English, German, Hebrew.

 

Work experience:

 

2006 - 2010: PhD-Fellow, Religious Studies, NTNU

 

Since April 2007: Doctoral Guest Researcher at PRIO
2004-2005: Researcher, PRIO
2004: Seminar Leader, Culture Studies [Kulturstudier], Pondicherry, India
2003: Research Officer, UN OCHA/UNOHCI, Kuwait and Iraq
2002 - 2003: Student Scholarship at PRIO
2001 - 2002: Research Officer, Press and Info Officer, Temporary International Presence in Hebron (TIPH)
1998: Internship, Fafo, Jerusalem

Language studies in Jerusalem and fieldwork experience from Israel/West Bank and Iraq. Various internships for NGOs, e.g. Norwegian Human Rights Fund, Fafo, and Amnesty International.

 

Education:

2007 (winter semester): Visiting PhD-Fellow, University of Chicago

Since 2006: PhD-fellow in Religious Studies, NTNU.
Cand.Philol. (MA), University of Oslo, History of Religion, 2002.
Cand.Mag. (BA), University of Oslo (History of Religion and Sociology) and University of Copenhagen (International Relations and Middle East Studies), 1997.

Events

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All Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Harpviken, Kristian Berg & Hanne Eggen Røislien (2008) Faithful Brokers? Potentials and Pitfalls of Religion in Peacemaking, Conflict Resolution Quarterly 25(3): 351–373.
Røislien, Hanne Eggen (2007) Living with Contradiction: Examining the Worldview of the Jewish Settlers in Hebron, International Journal of Conflict & Violence 1(2): 169–184.

Non-refereed Journal Article

Røislien, Hanne Eggen (2006) Religion is Not Just Religion, Global Knowledge(1).

Popular Article

Røislien, Hanne Eggen (2007) Religionens fornyede rolle [The Renewed Role of Religion], Aftenposten, 16 January.
Røislien, Hanne Eggen (2005) Da Gud ikke kom [When God Didn't Arrive], Morgenbladet, 3 October.
Røislien, Hanne Eggen (2005) Med Gud i Gaza [With God in Gaza], Dagbladet, 12 August.
Røislien, Hanne Eggen (2004) Leder: Vold - Finnes det bra og dårlig kultur? [Leader: Violence - Justifiable or Mad Culture], Din. Tidsskrift for religion og kultur, 14 December.

Master Thesis

Report - External Series

Harpviken, Kristian Berg; & Hanne Eggen Røislien (2005) Mapping the Terrain: The Role of Religion in Peacemaking, State of the Art Paper to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Oslo: PRIO.