Christofer Berglund, Associate professor, Department of Global Political Studies.
Areas of research interest
ethnic politics; international affairs; post-Soviet Eurasia.
Berglund C, Dragojevic M, Blauvelt T. Sticking Together?: Georgia’s “Beached” Armenians Between Mobilization and Acculturation. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics (2021). info
Berglund C, Souleimanov E. What is (not) asymmetric conflict? From conceptual stretching to conceptual structuring. Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict (2020). info
Berglund C. Accepting Alien Rule? State-Building Nationalism in Georgia’s Azeri Borderland. Europe-Asia Studies (2020). info
Planning for Integration: Landscapes of Power in Borderland Governance (info)
Conscription as Political Socialization in Divided Societies? Evidence from post-Soviet Estonia and post-independence Finland (info)
Christofer Berglund at Malmö University staff page – info