| Inger Skjelsbaek|| Psychologist|
| Norwegian University of Science and Technology|
The Political Psychology of War Rape: Studies from Bosnia and Herzegovina
Inger Skjelsbæk (born 26 September 1969 in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian psychologist and peace researcher, specializing in sexual violence in war. Skjelsbæk was deputy director at the Peace Research Institute Oslo 2009-2015. Since 2010, she is a member of the board of the Peace Research Endowment.
Inger Skjelsbæk Wikipedia
Skjelsbæk's M.A. thesis in psychology (1996) at the University of Trondheim was entitled Women and War: A Qualitative Study of the Construction of Femininity in the Wars in the Former Yugoslavia, El Salvador and Vietnam. Her Ph.D. thesis at the University of Trondheim was entitled Sexual Violence In Time of War: Sexuality, Ethnicity and Gender Diversity in the War in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Skjelsbæk has been a researcher at the Peace Research Institute Oslo since 1996. Her fieldwork has mainly been in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Skjelsbæk has published articles in several academic journals, and is a member of the editorial board of International Feminist Journal of Politics. She has edited two books and contributed book chapters to several edited volumes. In addition, Skjelsbæk is the author of numerous research and policy oriented reports and has been an active lecturer and commentator. In 2011 and 2012 she is a guest researcher at the Human Rights Center at the University of California, Berkeley.
Skjelsbæk is married to author and publisher John Erik Riley and is the mother of two sons.