Corinna Jentzsch is an assistant professor of International Relations at the Institute of Political Science. She studies civil wars and the emergence of informal institutions of security governance.
Her current research focuses on community mobilization against insurgent violence, the formation of militias—parties to armed conflict that are neither incumbents nor insurgents—and their impact on civil war dynamics. She is also broadly interested in African politics, transnational aspects of civil wars, and peacekeeping. She has conducted field research in Mozambique, Zambia, and Malawi.
Corinna received her PhD from Yale University, and prior to that studied at Free University Berlin and Sciences Po Paris. She is a contributor to Africa is a Country, and you can follow her on Twitter ( @coboje).
Corinna Jentzsch is available to supervise PhD students and invites PhD research proposals in the areas of:
- armed conflict and civil war
- social movements and collective action
- African politics and governance
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