TC Degree, Program & Specialization: Ph.D., CIE/Political Science
Geographical Focus: Conflict/post-conflict areas, specifically southern
Advisor: Fran Vavrus
Previous graduate education:M.Phil., CIE/Political Science,
Research and scholarly interests: The political impact of humanitarian aid; democracy, human rights, and development; research methods in conflict and crisis situations.
Awards/Grants: Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship, Arabic (2006-2007); Spencer Foundation Research Training Grant, Dissertation Fellowship (2007); National Security Education Program, David L. Boren Fellowship (2006-2008); Teachers College Policy Research Fellowship (2007-2008); CIES New Scholars Workshop (2008)
Annan, J., and Pagen, C. (2005, November). A local approach to peace in Torit,
Pagen, C. (forthcoming in 2008). Implications of associations between INGOs and academic researchers: Reflections from southern
Pagen, C. (forthcoming in 2008). Choices after conflict: Aid policy, programming, and political attitudes in southern
Pagen, C. (2008). Learning in conflict: Aid policy, programming, and political attitudes in southern
Pagen, C. (2005). Education during humanitarian crises: A course proposal for graduate study. Unpublished Masters Thesis. Teachers College,
Pagen, C. (2004). Towards freedom: Educational policy reform in Kazakhstan. Presentation. International Conference on Education Practice, Policy & Law.
Pagen, C. (2004). Arm of the government? Security and civilian staff in conflict and post-conflict situations. In Arnstein, T., Pagen, C., and Zakharia, Z. (Eds.), Education in emergencies and post-conflict situations: Problems, responses, and possibilities.
Pagen, C. (2002). Coexistence education: Securing the future. The Coexistence Chronicle, 2(2).