Academia

PUBLICATIONS:

Sletteland, Anja (2017) Som Fanden leser Bibelen [As the Devil reads the Bible]. Samtiden 01/2017

Sletteland, Anja (2016). The battle over the Israel-Palestine conflict: A study of international political anomie. PhD dissertation. Faculty of social sciences, University of Oslo.

Sletteland, Anja and Jensehaugen, Jørgen (2013). Betingelsesløs fred: Forhandlinger i forkledning [Peace without preconditions: Negotiations in disguise]. Babylon, Nordic Journal of Middle East Studies 1/2013.

Sletteland, Anja and Christiansen, Erling (2011). Jakten på nyliberalismen [Chasing neo-liberalism]. Agora, Journal for metaphysical speculation. 2+3/2011.

Sletteland, Anja (2010). I en klimaskeptikers hjerne [In the mind of a climate sceptic]. Samtiden 04/2010

Sletteland, Anja (2010). Hjernekrigens kortslutning [Untranslatable: On the Norwegian popular science TV-show Hjernevask/Brainwash]. Samtiden online 03/2010

Sletteland, Anja (2008). The geopolitics of “hearts and minds”: American public diplomacy in the war on terrorism. NUPI-report. Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.

RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS AND AWARDS:

Summer 2014 PRIO Visiting fellow
Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)

2013                Babylon Prize
Best article by a younger scholar in the Babylon Journal 2013 for the article “Betingelsesløs fred: Forhandlinger i forkledning” [Peace without preconditions: Negotiations in disguise]

2011 – 2013    International Security Program Research Fellow
The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University

2011 – 2012    Fulbright Fellowship
U.S.-Norway Fulbright Foundation

2011                Fritt ord Travel grant for fieldwork in Israel
(Norwegian Freedom of speech foundation)

2007 – 2008    NUPI MA Scholarship
Norwegian Institute for International Affairs (NUPI)

2006               Fritt ord Travel grant for fieldwork in the United States
(Norwegian Freedom of speech Foundation)

SELECT PRESENTATIONS:

09/2014 Konflikten som deler verden (The conflict that divides the world). Researcher Grand Prix, Oslo
08/2014 Political Anomie: The Kafkaesque curse on the Israel-Palestine conflict. Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Oslo
06/2014 Why the Israel-Palestine conflict is not ripe for negotiations: A study of political anomie. Annual Conference: Association for Israel studies (AIS). Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.
05/2014 The role of clashing narratives in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Minefields of mediation workshop/conference. Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice of Princeton University. Princeton, NJ.
01/2014 The Gordian Knot: Challenges ahead for the U.S. peace initiative. Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Oslo
10/2013 The Gordian knot: Clashing narratives and political anomie. Network conference in political geography. University of Oslo
02/2013 The American Discourse on the Israel-Palestine Conflict. International Security Program Brownbag seminar. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University. Cambridge, MA
02/2012 Damn you for what I think you are saying! Understanding the dynamics of the American discourse on Israel. Annual Meeting: Association of American Geographers (AAG). New York, USA.
01/2012 USA vs. the UN: The role of international politics in the Israel-Palestine conflict. Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Oslo
01/2012 Israel, Palestina og kampen om spillereglene. (Israel, Palestine and the battle over the rules of the game). Rhetoric seminar. Faculty of Humanities, University of Oslo
12/2011 A Two-Regime Solution? The Role of International Politics in the Israel-Palestine Conflict. International Security Program Brownbag seminar. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University. Cambridge, MA