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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Principal

Victorian School of Languages


President

FIPLV


Analyste

Consultant


Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies

University for Peace


Chief Academic Officer

The American University of Kurdistan


Visiting Assistant Professor of Peace Studies

Colgate University


Affiliations

Humiliation Studies

Board Member


HumanDHS

Board Member


Center for Peace and Human Security at The American University of Kurdistan

Senior Research Fellow


Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies

Board Member


War and Media Network

Member


Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution

Fellow To the Iraq Project


Columbia University

Fellow To the Iraq Project At the Center for International Conflict Resolution


Salahaddin University

Assistant Professor of Conflict Resolution


Sabanci University

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow


Education

War Studies program

King's College , London


Doctor of Education

University of Limerick , Ireland


Web References(109 Total References)


Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies - Who We Are - Advisory Board

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This has included teaching in Victoria and France, consultancy, and management within the Victorian School of Languages, where he is currently Assistant Principal.
VICTORIA C. FONTAN Victoria Christine Fontan is a Member of the HumanDHS Board of Directors, the HumanDHS Global Advisory Board, the HumanDHS Global Core Team, the HumanDHS Research Team, and the HumanDHS Research Team. She is furthermore the former Co-Editor of the Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (JHDHS). Victoria is the Director of Academic Development, and Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at the United Nations-mandated University for Peace in San Jose, Costa Rica.


Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies - Who We Are

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This has included teaching in Victoria and France, consultancy, and management within the Victorian School of Languages, where he is currently Assistant Principal.
VICTORIA C. FONTAN Victoria Christine Fontan is also a Member of the HumanDHS Board of Directors, the HumanDHS Global Advisory Board, the HumanDHS Global Core Team, the HumanDHS Research Team, and the HumanDHS Education Team. She is furthermore the former Co-Editor of the Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (JHDHS). Victoria Christine Fontan is the Director of Academic Development, and Assistant Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at the United Nations-mandated University for Peace in San Jose, Costa Rica. As a Fellow to the Iraq Project at the CICR in Columbia University, Victoria is in charge of developing a permanent Conflict Resolution curriculum in northern Iraqi universities. Prior to 2005, Victoria was Assistant Professor of Conflict Resolution at Salahaddin University, Erbil, Iraq. Previously, she was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Peace Studies at Colgate University, NY, where she lectured in conflict resolution and peace studies. Earlier, Victoria was a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Sabanci University, in Turkey. She lectured in the MA Program in Conflict Resolution and Analysis and also conducts research on conflict resolution processes and the politics of communication. Victoria holds a Ph.D. in Peace and Development Studies. She published various papers on multi-track diplomacy, human trafficking, the public diplomacy of armed groups and the formation of political violence in post-conflict societies. Central to her work has been a conceptualisation of post-conflict processes through the study of social, gendered, cultural, economic and political humiliation. She conducted field research in Lebanon with the Hezbollah, in Bosnia-Herzegovina on human trafficking and organised crime, and in Fallujah (post-Saddam Iraq) with emerging armed groups. She is also involved in gender training for peacekeeping operations, and has lectured to various armed forces on the subject.


Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies - Who We Are

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Jean Baker Miller | Fanny Duckert | A - F | Victoria Fontan | A - F | read more | read more] | Dr. Robert Fuller | Michael Britton | Jean Baker Miller | Bob Fuller | Michael Harris Bond | Dr. Robert Fuller | Ada Aharoni | Fanny Duckert | Dan Baron | Alicia Cabezudo | HumanDHS Global Advisory Board | Michael Harris Bond | Inga Bostad | David Bargal | Brown, Philip M. | Inga Bostad | Dr. Robert Fuller | Ada Aharoni
This has included teaching in Victoria and France, consultancy, and management within the Victorian School of Languages, where he is currently Assistant Principal. VICTORIA C. FONTAN Victoria Christine Fontan is a Member of the HumanDHS Board of Directors, the HumanDHS Global Advisory Board, the HumanDHS Global Core Team, the HumanDHS Research Team, and the HumanDHS Research Team. She is furthermore the former Co-Editor of the Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (JHDHS). Victoria Christine Fontan is the Director of Academic Development, and Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at the United Nations-mandated University for Peace in San Jose, Costa Rica. As a Fellow to the Iraq Project at the CICR in Columbia University, Victoria is in charge of developing a permanent Conflict Resolution curriculum in northern Iraqi universities. Prior to 2005, Victoria was Assistant Professor of Conflict Resolution at Salahaddin University, Erbil, Iraq. Previously, she was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Peace Studies at Colgate University, NY, where she lectured in conflict resolution and peace studies. Earlier, Victoria was a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Sabanci University, in Turkey. She lectured in the MA Program in Conflict Resolution and Analysis and also conducts research on conflict resolution processes and the politics of communication. Victoria holds a Ph.D. in Peace and Development Studies. She published various papers on multi-track diplomacy, human trafficking, the public diplomacy of armed groups and the formation of political violence in post-conflict societies. Central to her work has been a conceptualisation of post-conflict processes through the study of social, gendered, cultural, economic and political humiliation. She conducted field research in Lebanon with the Hezbollah, in Bosnia-Herzegovina on human trafficking and organised crime, and in Fallujah (post-Saddam Iraq) with emerging armed groups. She is also involved in gender training for peacekeeping operations, and has lectured to various armed forces on the subject. Victoria Fontan has published Decolonizing Peace in Dignity Press in 2012.


Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies - Who We Are - Core Team

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VICTORIA C. FONTAN
Victoria Christine Fontan is a Member of the HumanDHS Board of Directors, the HumanDHS Global Advisory Board, the HumanDHS Global Core Team, the HumanDHS Research Team, and the HumanDHS Research Team. She is furthermore the former Co-Editor of the Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (JHDHS). Victoria is the Director of Academic Development, and Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at the United Nations-mandated University for Peace in San José, Costa Rica. As a Fellow to the Iraq Project at the CICR in Columbia University, Victoria is in charge of developing a permanent Conflict Resolution curriculum in northern Iraqi universities. Prior to 2005, Victoria was Assistant Professor of Conflict Resolution at Salahaddin University, Erbil, Iraq. Previously, she was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Peace Studies at Colgate University, NY, where she lectured in conflict resolution and peace studies. Earlier, Victoria was a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Sabanci University, in Turkey. She lectured in the MA Program in Conflict Resolution and Analysis and also conducts research on conflict resolution processes and the politics of communication. Victoria holds a Ph.D. in Peace and Development Studies. She published various papers on multi-track diplomacy, human trafficking, the public diplomacy of armed groups and the formation of political violence in post-conflict societies. Central to her work has been a conceptualisation of post-conflict processes through the study of social, gendered, cultural, economic and political humiliation. She conducted field research in Lebanon with the Hezbollah, in Bosnia-Herzegovina on human trafficking and organised crime, and in Fallujah (post-Saddam Iraq) with emerging armed groups. She is also involved in gender training for peacekeeping operations, and has lectured to various armed forces on the subject.


Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies - Who We Are

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Evelin G. Lindner (Founding President) | Linda M. Hartling (Director) | Richard Slaven (Director of Dignifunding) | Michael F. Britton | Ulrich Spalthoff | David Yamada | Janet Gerson | Anne Wyatt-Brown | Bertram Wyatt-Brown | Maggie O'Neill | Grace Feuerverger | Donald C. Klein | Eric Van Grasdorff | Victoria C. Fontan | Arie Nadler
Digniwriting - term coined by Victoria Fontan on December 14, 2012 • Board member Victoria C. Fontan, published her book Voices from Post-Saddam Iraq: Living with Terrorism, Insurgency, and New Forms of Tyranny (2008)


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