A global network of academic and practitioner experts all of whom share an interest in understanding how to engage identities as a means of addressing the root-causes of conflict. Join here.
Special Advisors /Patrons are individuals who are internationally recognized in their efforts to achieve a number of OICD related aims.
Current Special Advisors (alphabetical):
2007-2010: Thomas Hylland Eriksen
Working to keep the cogs of the OICD turning, the executive committee make the key decisions on how the organization runs.
2015 saw an Executive Committee transition. The current Executive Committee comprises:
The OICD has a wide range of interests in fields from conflict studies to traditional ethnography. Research affiliates are individuals whose work is closely aligned with the aims and activites of the OICD. These individuals bring a broad set of interdisciplinary perspectives to the OICD, enriching the organization’s work and expanding our areas of expertise.
The OICD currently has the following research affiliates:
John McCoy (Director of Applied Research)
Research fellows assist in the development of research projects and support other organisational initiatives in a range of areas.
Andrea De Antoni
OICD publishing ventures span a forthcoming in-house publishing house (EMIC Press), and an on-line magazine of interpretative anthropology (Global Ethnographic).
Jehonathan Ben (Global Ethnographic)
Teodora Hasegan (Global Ethnographic)
Faye Miller (Global Ethnographic)
Michelle O’Toole (Global Ethnographic)
Do you have skills that could be put to use in any of the OICD’s publishing projects? Visit our contribute page to learn how to get involved.
Amilee Myson (in partnership with GRC)
Eeedak Mohd Reza
Jung Mo Goo
Hannah Gould – Liaison Manager/Anthropology
Cade Bourne – Artistic Affiliate Manager/Anthropology
Nadine Dammaschk – Anthropology/Peace Studies
Tayler Groom – Intern/Modern History & Politics
Jessica Hodder – Artist in Residence
Marius Palz – Anthropology
Riku Jarvelin – Political Science/International Relations
Aliya Tskhay – Political Science/International Relations
The OICD has approximately 200 general members from all over the world. General members are eligible to vote on some issues and receive updates on the organization. Membership is currently free. If you would like the join the organization as a general member and/or contribute in other ways please follow this link.
Eduardo Terren (link to in memoriam homepage)