Professor Christine Bell appointed Honorary Professor at the Mitchell Institute

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Professor Christine Bell has been appointed as Honorary Professor at The Mitchell Institute, Queens University Belfast.

Professor Bell is Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Edinburgh Law School, and Director of PeaceRep: The Peace and Conflict Resolution Evidence Platform. As a world-renowned legal scholar, her research interests lie in the interface between constitutional and international law, gender and conflict, and legal theory, with a particular interest in peace processes and their agreements. She is a Fellow of the British Academy and of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. See Professor Bell’s full profile.

The Mitchell Institute brings together researchers from a wide range of disciplines to respond to the unprecedented global challenge of building a peaceful, inclusive and secure world.

Mitchell Institute Director Richard English said: ‘We’re delighted that Christine Bell will become an Honorary Professor at the Institute. Her pioneering work will complement and enrich areas of great strength here at Queen’s, and it will be excellent to collaborate with this distinguished scholar over coming years.’

On behalf of the entire PeaceRep consortium, we congratulate Professor Bell on this appointment and look forward to continuing to collaborate with Queens University Belfast.

Read more on the Mitchell Centre website.