Sabina Čehajić-Clancy is an Associate Professor of Political Psychology and Dean of the Political Science and International Relations Department at the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology. She holds a PhD in Social Psychology from Sussex University (2008). She is also affiliated with Stanford University as a former Fulbright scholar. She is an expert in the area of intergroup reconciliation for which she has received many dissertation and career awards. Her research fits into four main categories: intergroup contact/dialogue, intergroup emotions, social identity and shared education. She has 15+ years of experience in working as a consultant for USAID, UN agencies and other more grassroots based NGOs in the area of education, peace-building, conflict and reconciliation, as well as designing and evaluating reconciliation-focused interventions. She has published numerous journal articles on issues related to intergroup reconciliation, moral responsibility, forgiveness and intergroup emotions. Her work has also received wide national and international coverage. Sabina also serves on the editorial boards for Political Psychology and the European Journal of Social Psychology.
Institution / Affiliation : Sarajevo School of Science and Technology
Geographical Region: Europe
Methodology: Experimental Design, Field Experiments, Mixed Method, Survey Methodology