Dynamics of civil conflict, multi-rebel group civil conflicts, violence against peacekeepers. Regional Focus on Sub-Saharan Africa.
Course Convener, lecturer and seminar-leader ‘Introduction’ Module, Peace and Conflict Studies A (7.5 ECTS)
Thesis Supervisor, Peace and Conflict Studies B & C
Seminar Teacher, Social Science Methods (Quantitative and Qualitative), MA-level.
Administrator, Academic Development Seminar Series, MA-level.
Peer Reviewed Articles
Salverda, N. (2013). Blue helmets as targets: A quantitative analysis of rebel violence against peacekeepers, 1989–2003. Journal of Peace Research, 50(6), 707–720.
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 Confernce, Uppsala, Sweden, April 2013. With Sara Lindberg Bromley.
When Rebels Fight Against Rebels: Interrebel Violence in Relation to Intrastate Conflict. Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, USA, April 2013.
Blue Helmets as Targets: A Quantitative Analysis of Rebel Violence Against Peacekeepers. Paper Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Diego, April 2012.
Why Rebels Fight Peacekeepers: Testing a Signaling Argument. Paper Presented at the Swedish National PhD Conference in Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala, December 2011.