Jori Breslawski

Jori Breslawski

Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Brown University

Welcome.

I am a post-doctoral research associate at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University. I received my PhD from the University of Maryland.

My main areas of interest revolve around political violence, rebel governance, and civilian agency in war. My work has been published in the Journal of Conflict Resolution, International Interactions, Terrorism and Political Violence, and the Journal of Global Security Studies, and has been supported by the Smith Richardson Foundation and the Global Religion Research Initiative, among others.

Interests

  • Political Violence
  • Rebel Governance
  • Civilian Agency in War

Education

  • PhD in Government and Politics, 2020

    University of Maryland

  • MA in Government and Politics, 2017

    University of Maryland

  • BA in Psychology, 2014

    SUNY Buffalo

Recent Publications

(2019). Keeping Armed Actors Out: The Protective Effect of Shuras in Afghanistan. In Journal of Global Security Studies..

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(2019). International Influences on Nonviolent and Violent Contention. In International Interactions..

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(2018). In the Spotlight: How International Attention Affects Militant Behavior. In Terrorism and Political Violence..

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(2018). Killing for God: Factional Violence on the Transnational Stage. In Journal of Conflict Resolution..

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