Patrick T. Hiller
"Patrick T. Hiller holds a Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from Nova Southeastern University and a M.A. in Human Geography from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, Germany. He is scholar-in-residence and adjunct instructor at the Conflict Resolution Department at Portland State University. Following an interdisciplinary approach, his work and research interests encompass war and peace, conflict resolution, peace studies, environmental issues, ethnicity, human rights, nationalism, social justice, Mexico, Latin America, social/peace movements, identity formation, culture and conflict and migration. He studied and worked on those topics while living in Germany, Mexico and the United States.
"His writings and research are almost exclusively related to the analysis of war and peace and social injustice and, most often in the form of structural violence and power dynamics with an emphasis on human dignity, solidarity among all peoples, equal participation of all peoples, the role of the governments and the promotion of peace.
"Patrick is member of the editorial team for the Peace and Conflict Studies Journal, member of the Governing Council of the International Peace Research Association, member of the Advisory Council of the organizations International Cities of Peace and PeaceVoice, member of the Board of Directors of the Oregon Peace Institute, as well as member of the Resistance Studies Network and the Peace and Justice Studies Association.
"In his free time, Patrick enjoys the outdoors and is a committed triathlete. He lives in Hood River, Oregon with his wife and son. "