Alynna

        J.

    Lyon

 

Alynna J. Lyon (Ph.D., University of South Carolina, 1999) is originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Her research focuses on conflict mobilization, international organizations,  peacekeeping and American Foreign Policy.  She has published several articles and book chapters on these topics. She is faculty advisor for the UNH Model United Nations and currently serves as Chair of Ethnicity, Nationalism and Migration section of the International Studies Association and Vice Chair of the Human Rights Section.

 

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UNH Model United Nations

 

Congratulations! This past March in New York City, the UNH Model United Nations (MUN) team, comprising 18 students, earned a Distinguished Delegation Award.  They represented The United Republic of Tanzania at the National Model United Nations Conference. The event was sponsored by the National Collegiate Conference Association (NCCA)

 

 

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Discovery Dialogue "Can Democracy Create World Peace"  Essay by Alynna J. Lyon

Sidore Lecture Series, for information on the series and other events see http://www.unh.edu/humanities-center/Events_Sidore.html

 

MARCH 2008 International Studies Association Annual Convention March 24-29, 2008, San Francisco, CA, see  http://isanet.typepad.com/sanfran2008/  

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Alynna J. Lyon

Assistant Professor

315 Horton Hall

Department of Political Science

University of New Hampshire

Email: alynna.lyon@unh.edu

 
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