Sigrun Marie Moss

Associate Professor - Department of Psychology

Academic interests

  • Intergroup relations and intergroup conflict

  • Social identity

  • Identity policies and nationalism

  • Political leadership

  • Framing

  • Africa (main focus on Rwanda, Zanzibar (Tanzania) and Sudan)

  • Qualitative methodology

Courses taught

PSY4506 -   Human Rights, Democracy and Reconstruction after Conflict; A community based approach

PSY4521 - Project Development and Methodology


2016: Associate professor, Cultural and community psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo

2010-2015: Doctoral researcher, Department of Psychology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim. (Thesis: Negotiations of identities in Rwanda, Zanzibar and Sudan. Macro-level identity approaches and micro-level responses)

2009-2010: Advisor, International Law and Policy Institute (Pemba, Tanzania)

2006-2009: MSc, Social and community psychology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

2007-2008: Intern, The Norwegian Embassy, Khartoum, Sudan, The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Tags: Cultural and Community Psychology, Social Psychology
Published Mar. 3, 2016 3:05 PM - Last modified Nov. 11, 2016 8:48 AM

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