Mirjam E. Sørli

CSCW Assistant / Researcher

Mirjam E. Sørli left PRIO in 2004. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.


Languages spoken:

Norwegian, English, French

Working experience:

01/2003-present: Information and Administrative Assistant (75%), Researcher (25%),
Centre for the Study of Civil War, PRIO
02/2001-12/2002: Research Assisstant, Conditions of War and Peace Program, PRIO
06/2000-12/2001: Editor, Middle East and North Africa, CountryWatch.com

09/1999-06/2000: Research Assistant, Center for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies, American University of Beirut, Lebanon


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All Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Strand, Håvard; Nils Petter Gleditsch; & Mirjam E. Sørli (2005) Why Is There So Much Conflict in the Middle East?, Journal of Conflict Resolution 49(1): 141–165.

Book Chapter

Sørli, Mirjam E. (2002) Resources, Regimes and Rebellion, in 43rd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association. New Orleans: .

Non-refereed Journal Article

Gleditsch, Nils Petter; Mirjam E. Sørli & Håvard Strand (2005) Hva er det med Midtøsten? [What is it about the Middle East], Babylon 3(2): 10–15.
Strand, Håvard; Mirjam E. Sørli & Nils Petter Gleditsch (2005) Hva er det med Midtøsten? [What is it about the Middle East?], Babylon 3(2): 10–15.

Master Thesis

Sørli, Mirjam E. (2003) Resources, Regimes and Rebellion: Empirically Assessing the Causes of Civil War. MA thesis, Supervisors: Nils Petter Gleditsch, PRIO; Øystein Noreng, University of Oslo (defended in January, University of Oslo, Oslo.

Conference Paper

Sørli, Mirjam E. (2002) Resources, Regimes and Rebellion, presented at 43rd Annual International Studies Association Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, 22 March.
Sørli, Mirjam E. (2001) The Liberal Peace Argument in the Middle East - Ali in Wonderland or Crude (Oil) Reality?, presented at ECPR's Standing Group on International Relations fourth pan-European conference, Canterbury, U.K., 1 September.