Dr Carlo Aldrovandi
Dr Aldrovandi’s research interests lie at the interface of international relations, religion, human rights and peace studies. He has expertise in the role of religion and secularism in international relations theory, the influence of religion in US, Israeli and Iranian politics and approaches and methods of faith-related conflict resolution and peace-making. He teaches modules on Human Rights Theory and Practice; Religion in International Relations and The Politics of Peace and Conflict. He is author of Apocalyptic Movements in Contemporary Politics: Christian and Jewish Religious Zionism, (PalgraveMacmillan, 2014) and ‘Theo-politics in the Holy Land: Christian Zionism and Jewish Religious Zionism’, Religion Compass, Blackwell, 2011, Vol. 5, Issue 4, pp. 114-28.