Dyan Mazurana’s publications developed through her World Peace Foundation Fellowship use gender analysis to focus on the violence experienced by civilian populations, and the ways that perpetrators are motivated and they violence they inflict. Her work then investigates how both victims and former perpetrators emerge from armed conflict and a range of challenges they face in the lives moving forward because of their wartime experiences. A more complete list of her research and publications can be found through the Feinstein International Center.
Mazurana, Dyan in “Children’s Self Protection during Political Violence,” in the forthcoming edited volume: Greenbaum, W. Charles, Muhammad M. Haj-Yahia and Carolyn Hamilton, ed. Handbook of Political Violence and Children: Psychological Effects, Intervention and Prevention Policy. Oxford University Press
Van Leuven, Dallin, Dyan Mazurana & Rachel Gordon. 2016. “Analysing Foreign Females and Males in the Islamic State in the Levant (ISIL) through a Gender Perspective,” Foreign Fighters under International Law and Beyond, edited by Andrea de Guttry, Francesca Capone and Christopher Paulussen, ASSER/Springer Verlag.
Mazurana, Dyan, Anton Baare & Roxanne Krystalli. 2016. “Gender, Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration,” Oxford Handbook on Gender and Conflict, editors Fionnuala Ni Aolain, Dina Hayes, Naomi Cahn and Nalha Valji, Oxford University Press.