Religion and Ethnic Conflict: Observations from the Shatter Zones of Southeastern Europe and the Caucasus
John O'Loughlin received his Ph.D. in Geography from the Pennsylvania State University. His research interests are in the spatial analysis of conflict including the relationship between climate/environmental change and conflict as well as in the political geography of the post-Soviet Union, including Russian and Ukrainian geopolitics, Eurasian quasi-states, and ethno-territorial nationalisms. He has also published on the diffusion of democracy, electoral geography, and the electoral geography of Nazi Germany. He is editor-in-chief of Political Geography and editor of Eurasian Geography and Economics. He teaches undergraduate classes in Political Geography, Geographies of Global Change, and the Geography of Western Europe, and graduate classes in Political Geography. He serves on the Advisory Committee of the International Affairs undergraduate program. He also serves on the National Geographic Society's Committee on Research and Exploration.
This event is cosponsored by the ASU Melikian Center, the ASU School of Geographical Science, and the ASU Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict (CSRC).