Ph.D. candidate, Project leader UCDP Peacemakers at Risk project
Peacekeeping, civil-war interventions, violence against third-party actors, civil-military relations at field-level, conflict data. Geographical focus: Sub-Saharan Africa.
Project manager: UCDP Peacemakers at Risk (PAR) project
Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies A (7.5 ECTS), Bachelor Program in Peace and Development Studies: Lecturer
Conflict Analysis, Peace and Conflict Studies A (7.5 ECTS): Course convener (2014/2015) and lecturer
Conflict Resolution, Peace and Conflict Studies B (7.5 ECTS): Lecturer
Bachelor thesis course: Thesis-advisor
Fjelde, Hanne, Lisa Hultman, and Sara Lindberg Bromley. “Offsetting Losses: Bargaining Power and Rebel Attacks on Peacekeepers.” International Studies Quarterly (2016) 60, 611-623
Introducing the UCDP Peacemakers at Risk Dataset, Sub-Saharan Africa 1989-2009. Under review.
Violence against Peacekeepers: An Overview of Key Concepts and Causes. Paper presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, Atlanta, USA, March 2016 and at the FBA Working Group on Peacekeeping Operations, Stockholm, Sweden, June 2015.
Peacekeepers at Risk: The sub-national characteristics of violence involving peacekeepers. Paper presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, Atlanta, USA, March 2016. With Ralph Sundberg.
Vulnerable to Attack? Comparing Exposure to Violence among Third Party Interveners. Paper presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, USA, February 2015. With Larissa Fast and Ralph Sundberg.
Peacekeepers at Risk: A Statistical Analysis of Peacekeeping Interventions and Exposure to Violence. Paper presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, USA, April 2013 and at the Thomas Ohlson Memorial Conference, Uppsala, Sweden, 18-20 April 2013. With Nynke Salverda.
Johansson, Emma, Joakim Kreutz, Peter Wallensteen, Christian Altpeter, Sara Lindberg, Mathilda Lindgren, Ausra Padskocimaite. 2010. A New Start for EU Peacemaking? Past Record and Future Potential, UCDP Paper, Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, Uppsala University.
Lindberg, Sara. 2008. ‘Strategies to Inform and Reform: UNMIL’s Engagement in Media and Information Management in Post-Conflict Liberia’, Master’s Thesis and Minor Field Study (MFS) report, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University, May 2008.
Lindberg, Sara & Melvin, Neil. 2007. ‘Major armed conflicts’, in SIPRI Yearbook 2007: Armaments, Disarmament, and International Security (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 12 June 2007).
International work and field-study in Mali, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Nepal and Liberia.
Member of the International Working Group on Peacekeeping Operations, Folke Bernadotte Academy (2012-)