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Nina WILEN

Assistant Professor
Adresse de contact

Egmont Institute for International Relations

Rue des Petits Carmes 15 

1000 Brussels 

Belgium 

Contact
Nina.Wilen@ulb.ac.be
www.ninawilen.com

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  • Faculté de Philosophie et Sciences sociales
  • REPI
  • Professeurs - Corps académique

CV

Sep 2018 -       Research Director Africa Program 

                        Egmont Institute for International Relations 

Sep 2018 -       Associate Professor 

                        Université Libre de Bruxelles 

Jan – Aug         Visiting Researcher

2017-18            Department of Political Science

                         Lund University, Sweden

Sep 2016 -        Deputy Editor International Peacekeeping

Oct 2015-18      FNRSPost-doctoral Research Fellow

                        Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

April 2014-     Post-doctoral Research Fellow

Sep 2015         Institute of Development Policy and Management    

                        University of Antwerp, Belgium

Jan - July         Visiting Researcher

2015                Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology

                        University of Stellenbosch, South Africa             

Jan 2014 -       Invited Lecturer in African Security 

                        Sciences Po, Paris, France

Jan 2014 -       Senior Associate

                        Security Governance Group, Waterloo, Canada

2010 - 2014     Post-doctoral Research Fellow 
                         Department of World Politics
                         The Royal Military Academy (RMA), Brussels

2006 - 2010       Research Fellow
                            Department of Political Science, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)

Biographie

Nina Wilén is Director for the Africa Programme at the Egmont Institute for International Relations and Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). She is also a Global Fellow at the Peace Research Institute in Oslo (PRIO). Previously, she has had positions at Antwerp University and the Royal Military Academy in Belgium. In 2015 she was a Visiting Researcher at Stellenbosch University and in 2017-2018 she was at Lund University. Her research interests include conflict analysis and peace processes and the relation between sovereignty and intervention. More specifically she has been doing research on Security Sector Reform (SSR), the politics of peacekeeping operations and gender and the military. Geographically her research has been concentrated to Sub-Saharan Africa, where she has conducted fieldwork in Liberia, the DRC, Burundi, Rwanda and South Africa. She has published extensively the challenges of peacebuilding and peace operations in a range of international academic journals such as Gender, Work and Organization, Third World Quarterly and Journal of Eastern African Studies. She is also the author of the book: Justifying Interventions in Africa: (De) Stabilizing Sovereignty in Liberia, Burundi and the Congo. Since August 2016, Nina is the Deputy Editor for International Peacekeeping.

Travaux sélectionnés

Special Issues 

Editor-in-chief for Special Collection on African Militaries in Peace Operationsin 

Journal of Eastern African Studies, vol.12, n°1, 2018, co-edited with David Ambrosetti and Jean-Nicholas Bach.  

  • Wilén, Nina, “Regendering the South African Army: Inclusion, Reversal and Displacement” co-written with Lindy Heinecken, in Gender, Work and Organization published on-line in April 2018,  https://doi.org/10.1111/gwao.12257
  • Wilén, Nina, “The Burundian army’s trajectory to professionalization and depoliticization, and back again”, Journal of Eastern African Studies vol.12, n°1, 2018, pp.120-135, (Special Issue – for which Wilén is also Guest Editor), co-written with Gérard Birantamije and David Ambrosetti),
  • Wilén, Nina, “Rwanda’s Military as a People’s Army: Heroes at Home and Abroad”, Journal of Eastern African Studiesvol.12, n°1, 2018, pp. 154-171, (Special Issue – for which Wilén is also Guest Editor), co-written with Josefine Kühnel Larsen.
  • Wilén, Nina, “Examining the links between security sector reform and peacekeeping troop contribution in post-conflict states”, in Special Issue of Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding on Second Generation SSR, vol. 12, n° 1, 2018, pp. 64-79. 
  • Wilén Nina, “Democracy and Political Entrepreneurs in Africa”,Review essay African Studies published on-line April 2018:  https://doi.org/10.1080/00020184.2018.1465217
  • Wilén, Nina, “Militarisation of Governance after Conflict: Beyond the Rebel-to-Ruler Frame. The case of Rwanda” co-written with Andrea Purdekova and Filip ReyntjensThird World Quarterlyvol.39, n°1, 2018, pp. 158-174.
  • Wilén, Nina, “Gender and blue helmets”, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, vol.11, n°3, 2017, pp. 382-388. 
  • Wilén, Nina, “The Future of African peace operations: from the Janjaweed to Boko Haram” (book review), International Affairs, vol.93, n°4, 2017, pp.994-995. 
  • Wilén, Nina, “The Civilized Self and the Barbaric Other. Ex-Rebels Making Sense of Sexual Violence in the DR Congo” co-written with Bert IngelaereJournal of Contemporary African Studies, vol. 35, n°2, 2017, pp.221-239.
  • Wilén, Nina, “Peacekeeping Deployment Abroad and the Self-Perceptions of the Effect on Career Advancement, Status and Reintegration”, co-written with Lindy HeineckenInternational Peacekeeping, vol.24, n°2, 2017, pp. 236-253.
  • Wilén, Nina, Book review: “Legions of Peace: UN Peacekeepers from the Global South” by Cunliffe, P., Peacebuilding, April 2016. 
  • Wilén, Nina, “The Rationales behind the EAC Members Response to the Burundi Crisis”, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Winter/Spring 2016. 
  • Wilén, Nina, “From Foe to Friend? Army Integration after Conflict in Burundi, Rwanda and the Congo”, International Peacekeepingvol.23, n°1,November 2015. 
  • Wilén, Nina, Contributor Profile: Burundi (IPI, Providing for Peacekeeping Project, version 25 June 2015) at: http://www.providingforpeacekeeping.org/2015/06/26/peacekeeping-contributor-profile-burundi/co-written with G. Birantamije. 
  • Wilén, Nina, Book review: “Rape as a Weapon of War? Perceptions, Prescriptions, Problems in the Congo and Beyond” by Eriksson-Baaz, M., Stern, M., Cooperation and Conflict,vol.50, n°1, 2015, pp. 166-167. 
  • Wilén, Nina, “Sending Peacekeepers Abroad, Sharing Power at Home: Burundi in Somalia as a New type of Extraversion?”, co-written with D. Ambrosetti, G. Birantamije, Journal of Eastern Africa Studies,March 2015, pp. 1-19. 
  • Wilén, Nina, “Security Sector Reform and Statebuilding”, in Jackson, P. (ed.), Handbook of International Security and Development, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015.  
  • Wilen, Nina, “A Window of Opportunity for Reforms in the Congo’s Security Sector?” Centre for Security Governance, n°2, November 2014 available at: http://www.ssrresourcecentre.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/SSR-2.0-Brie...
  • Wilén, Nina, “Security Sector Reform, Gender and Local Narratives in Burundi”, Journal of Conflict Security and Development, vol.14, n°3, pp.331-354,2014.
  • Wilén Nina “Resisting Ownership: The Paralysis of EU Peacebuilding in the Congo”, co-authored with Antoine Rayroux, African Security, vol.6, n°2,2014. 
  • Wilén Nina, Book review: “Les Organisations Internationales” by Devin, Guillaume and Marie Claude Smouts, Human Figurations,vol.2, n°1, 2013.
  • Wilén Nina, “Identifying the Spoilers in the SSR-DDR Process in Congo”, Defense and Security Analysisvol.29, n°2,2013.
  • Wilén Nina, Book review: “Les Organisations Internationales” by Devin, Guillaume and Marie Claude Smouts,Norbert Elias Newslettern°392013. 
  • Wilén Nina, “A Hybrid Peace through Locally Owned and Externally Financed SSR-DDR in Rwanda?”, Third World Quarterly, vol.33, n°7, July 2012. 
  • Wilén Nina, “Problems of Local Participation and Collaboration with the UN in a Post-conflict Environment: Who Are the Locals?”, co-authored with Chapaux Vincent, Global Society, vol.25, n°4, 2011, pp. 531-548. 
  • Wilén Nina, “Entre souveraineté copartagée et coopération conditionnelle : GEMAP au Liberia ”, Etudes Internationales, vol.42, n°2, 2011. 
  • Wilén Nina, “Capacity-building or Capacity-taking? Legitimizing Concepts in Peace and Development Operations”,International Peacekeeping, 2009, vol.16, n°3, pp.337-351.
  • Wilén Nina, Book review: “Politics of Civil War: Conflict, Intervention and Resolution, by Amalendu Misra”, Politikon, vol. 15, n°2, November 2009. 
  • Wilén Nina, “International Administration of Foreign Territories and Sovereignty: An impossible Equation”, co-authored with Delcourt Barbara, inFinnish Yearbook of International Law,vol.xviii, 2007, Martin Nijhoff Publishers, pp.59-83, 2009.
  • Wilén Nina,“The Creation of a Democratic Caucus within the UN and the Reform of the Human Rights Commission: Towards the Recognition of an Exclusionary Principle in Global Governance?”, co-authored with Delcourt Barbara, in Lesage, Dries (ed.) Contemporary Global Governance, Brussels, Peter Lang, pp. 147-173, 2009.
  • Wilén Nina, “The Creation of a Democratic Caucus within the UN and the Reform of the Human Rights Commission: Towards the Recognition of an Exclusionary Principle in Global Governance?”, co-authored with Delcourt Barbara, Studia Europaea, 2007, vol.52, n°1, pp.57-97.

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