Dr. David Rampton introduces the significance of identity in war, conflict and violence: sinhala nationalism in sri lanka

Dr. David Rampton is currently a Lecturer in World Politics at New College of the Humanities where he teaches a course on the dynamics and legacies of empire, colonialism and decolonisation. He is also a Visiting Lecturer in the International Relations Department of the London School of Economics where he convenes a Masters course on Conflict and Peacebuilding. He completed his doctorate on Sinhala nationalism in Sri Lanka at SOAS, which he is currently developing into a book entitled, Power, Identity and Conflict in Sri Lanka. His research focuses on the role of identity in the global, regional and national constitution of social orders and in dynamics of conflict and peace.

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