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Jenny Hedström

Associate Senior Lecturer

War Studies

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Department of Security, Strategy and Leadership

Division of Strategy

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About Jenny

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Jenny Hedström holds a PhD in International Relations from the Monash Gender, Peace & Security Centre, Monash University, Australia, and a master degree in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science, U.K. Her thesis research examined how the political economy of the household supports the militarisation of non-state armed groups, with a focus on the Kachin Independence Organisation (KIO) in Myanmar. Jenny was most recently employed as a postdoctoral researcher in Gender Studies at Örebro University, and previously worked under the Varieties of Peace Programme at Umeå University, focusing on everyday peace in Kayah State and Mon State (Myanmar). Jenny holds two research grants from the Swedish Research Council: one explores the politics and effects of gender expertise in peacebuilding in Myanmar and is headed by Dr Elisabeth Olivius at Umeå University (funded by VR 2020-2023). The other project examines the role of women's social reproductive labour in relation to civil war (funded by VR 2021-2024).
Jenny Hedström Jenny Hedström holds a PhD in International Relations from the Monash Gender, Peace & Security Centre, Monash University, Australia, and a master degree in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science, U.K. Her thesis research examined how the political economy of the household supports the militarisation of non-state armed groups, with a focus on the Kachin Independence Organisation (KIO) in Myanmar. Jenny was most recently employed as a postdoctoral researcher in Gender Studies at Örebro University, and previously worked under the Varieties of Peace Programme at Umeå University, focusing on everyday peace in Kayah State and Mon State (Myanmar). Jenny holds two research grants from the Swedish Research Council: one explores the politics and effects of gender expertise in peacebuilding in Myanmar and is headed by Dr Elisabeth Olivius at Umeå University (funded by VR 2020-2023). The other project examines the role of women's social reproductive labour in relation to civil war (funded by VR 2021-2024). Försvarshögskolan Lektor, Biträdande
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