Martha Rabbani

Lecturer in Peace & Conflict Studies
Primary office:
Bailey 205G


Martha Jalali Rabbani joined the Humanities  Program faculty in 2004 as a Lecturer in Peace and Conflict Studies.  A Brazilian, she holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from universities in Brazil, an advanced diploma in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution from the European Peace University in Schlainnin, Austria, and a doctorate in Humanities from Jaume I University in Spain. Dr. Rabbani's teaching and research are in peace education, global democracy and world citizenship.  She has authored several articles on peace education and a book on Education for World Citizenship.

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