Gyda Sindre-632

Dr Gyda M. Sindre is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in International Politics, the Deputy Director of the York Centre for Conflict and Security at the University of York, UK and the Founder of the Politics After War Network ( Her research and teaching interests lie at the intersection of comparative politics, development studies and peace -and conflict studies, with particular interest in post-war development and governance, the political transformation of armed groups, political parties, civil resistance and the politics of mass atrocities.  Her research has appeared in journals such as Political Geography, Government and Opposition, Party Politics, Civil Wars, and Forum for Development Studies. She is the editor of two special issues, Understanding Armed Groups and Party Politics (Civil Wars, 2016) and Former Armed Groups, Ideology and State Transformation (Government and Opposition, 2019) and the books The effects of rebel parties on governance, democracy and stability after civil wars: From guns to governing (Routledge 2023 with John Ishiyama) and the Routledge Handbook of Political Parties (2023).  Prior to joining the Department of Politics in York, Dr Sindre was a Marie Sklodowska Curie fellow at the University of Cambridge.

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