Carr Center Logo
ARCHIVE
You have reached an archived section of the
Carr Center Web site.
This version is no longer active.

Click This Messsage to return To The Live Site
Directory  |   Contact Us  |   Harvard Kennedy School







 Home

 People

 Schedule

 Events

 News

 Resources

 Spring 2011

 Fall 2011





Click to open a printable program overview.

       The Gender & Security Seminar Series



Seminar Series < Return to current schedule
Fall 2011, Details

Meeting 7
Monday, November 14, 2011
5:00 - 6:00 pm
Carr Center Conference Room
Rubenstein Building
(Floor 2, Room 219)
Directions to Venue
UN 1325 and Peacebuilding

Speaker: Kathleen Kuenhast, Director of the Gender and Peacebuilding Center, United States Institute for Peace.
Kathleen KuenhastKathleen Kuehnast is director of the Gender and Peacebuilding Center at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP). Prior to her present position, Kuehnast had a 15-year career in international development, where she worked extensively with the World Bank managing research and programmatic projects and advising policymakers (government and non-government) on social development concerns, with a focus on gender-related concerns. She has worked in a similar capacity with the Asian Development Bank, the German Technical Cooperation Agency and the U.N. Development Program. From poverty studies such as, Better a Hundred Friends than a Hundred Rubles: Social Networks in Transition in Kyrgyzstan, to conflict-related development projects, Whose Rules Rule? Everyday Border and Water Conflicts in Central Asia, Kuehnast has focused on the role of qualitative social analysis as a critical perspective, especially in understanding the role of women in economic transition and post-conflict reconstruction. Dr. Kuehnast is co-editor of the volume, Women and War: Power and Protection in the 21st Century (USIP Press). As a recipient of the Mellon Foreign Fellowship at the Library of Congress (2000) and the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies Fellowship (1999) at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, she has studied and written extensively on the impact of post-Soviet transition on Muslim women of Central Asia, and is co-editor of the volume, Post-Soviet Women Encountering Transition: Nation Building, Economic Survival, and Civic Activism. Kuehnast holds a Ph.D. in socio-cultural anthropology from the University of Minnesota. Her master?s degree in education is from the University of St. Thomas.

Preparatory Materials:

Additional Materials:



Contact Us   |   Carr Center e-Newsletter   |   Press   |   Harvard University
Copyright © 2010 The President and Fellows of Harvard College