Heather S. Gregg
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Heather S. Gregg is a PhD candidate at MIT in the Political Science Department where she is concentrating on International Relations and Security Studies. She holds a Master's degree in Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School where she focused on Islam and Christian ethics. She has lived in several regions of conflict including Jerusalem and Bethlehem, working with Palestinian Christians on issues surrounding Israeli occupation, and Croatia and Bosnia from 1994 to 1996. She is currently writing her PhD dissertation on The Causes of Religious War, considering both historic and contemporary cases of religious violence, terrorism and war.


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debate
flag Religion and Political Violence
as author at  MIT World Series - IAP - Independent Activities Period,
together with: Roger D. Petersen (moderator), Mark Gobin, David Little, Louise Richardson, Roger D. Petersen,
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