Lydia Karga

Assistant Lecturer
Department of Government
Postgraduate Research Student
Department of Government
 Lydia Karga


Ask me about
  • civil wars; women's representation; post-conflict settings; gender


My research analyzes the connections between the changes that civil war onset brings to women's post-conflict legislative representation, and more specifically the roles that women acquire during times of civil strife. Blender Learning GTA GV151: Truth, Justice & the Nature of Politics (AU) GV543: Human Rights & Global Justice (AU) GV214: International Relations, Theories & Approaches (AU) GV217: Conflict Analysis (SP) GV317: Corruption (SP) GV254: Ethics & Public Policy (SP) Teaching-GTA GV214: International Relations: Theories & Approaches (AU) GV121: Institutions of Democracy (SP)


  • MA, Strategy & International Politics University of Macedonia, Greece (2018)

  • BA, International & European Studies: Politics & Diplomacy University of Macedonia (2012)

Research and professional activities


Civil war and women's post-conflict representation: what are the connections?

Supervisor: Theodora-Ismene Gizelis , Sara Polo

Research interests

Civil wars; Post-conflict countries; Gender



5.022, Colchester Campus

Working pattern:

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