I completed my PhD at the Swiss Center for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Previously a Visiting Israel Professor at the University of Kansas, I later received the Lady Davis post-doctoral fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Dr. Nimrod Rosler
My studies deal with psychological and social aspects of political conflicts and their resolution, while focusing on the following areas of research and their integration:
- Leadership – The roles of political leaders in conflict resolution.
- Peace Processes – Characteristics and dynamics of peace processes following intractable conflicts.
- Gender – Gender differences and their influence on support for peace.
- Emotions – Influences of different emotions, such as fear, empathy and hope on conflicts and their resolution.
- Diasporas – How can diaspora communities assist in resolving their homeland conflict?
Curriculum Vitae and Publications
2014-2015 – Lady Davis post-doctoral fellow, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
2005-2012 – PhD, the Swiss Center for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
2001-2005 – MA (cum laude), the Program for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1996-2000 – BA (cum laude), Social Sciences, The Open University.
Rosler, N., Sharvit, K. & Bar-Tal, D. (2018). Perceptions of prolonged occupation as barriers to conflict resolution. Political Psychology, 39(3), 519-538.
David, Y. Rosler, N., & Maoz, I. (in press). Gender-empathic constructions, empathy and support for compromises in intractable conflict. Journal of Conflict Resolution.
Rosler, N., Cohen-Chen, S., & Halperin, E. (2017). The distinctive effects of empathy and hope in intractable conflicts. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 61(1), 114-139.
Rosler, N. (2016). Leadership and peacemaking: Yitzhak Rabin and the Oslo Accords. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 54, 55-67.
David, Y., Rosler, N., Ellis, D., & Maoz, I. (2016). Gendering human rights: Threat and gender perceptions as predictors of attitudes towards violating human rights in asymmetric conflict. Peace and Conflict Studies, 23(2), Article 1.
Rosler, N. (2016). Not as simple as that: How leaders faced the challenges of pursuing the peace process in Northern Ireland. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 22(2), 177-180.
Rosler, N. (2016). Containing the duality: Leadership in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. In E. Halperin and K. Sharvit (Eds.), The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Social Psychology Perspective - Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal, volume II (pp. 217-228). Springer.
Rosler, N. (2013). Fear and conflict resolution: Theoretical discussion and a case study from Israel. The Gildenhorn Institute for Israel Studies Research Papers. College Park, MD: University of Maryland.
Halperin, E., Bar-Tal, D., Sharvit, K., Rosler, N. & Raviv, A. (2010). Socio-psychological implications for an occupying society: The case of Israel. Journal of Peace Research. 47(1), 59-70.