Fellowships

Practitioner Fellows

RCPI brings regional practitioners from a wide variety of disciplines to Harvard on fellowships that support their peacebuilding work. Our fellows engage with each other in a weekly seminar, work on their own creative projects, present their work in classes and programs throughout the university, and serve to build bridges between the academy and civic life in the region and in the U.S.

Topol Fellows

The Topol Fellowship on Just Peacemaking and Nonviolent Activism enriches and strengthens the Initiative's work with students and peace and justice practitioners to prepare future leaders in the practice of nonviolence and just peace building. Topol Fellows can be practitioners, student internship fellows or student research fellows in any given year.
 

Present and Past Fellows in Conflict and Peace

Current Fellows

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Fady Khoury

2020-21 Topol Fellow in Conflict and Peace
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Brant Rosen

2020-21 Topol Fellow in Conflict and Peace

2019-2020

Amira hass

Amira Hass

Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initiative Fellow 2019–⁠20
gregory khalil

Gregory Khalil

Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initiative Non-Resident Fellow 2019–⁠20
Tom mehager

Tom Mehager

Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initiative Fellow 2019–⁠20
rebecca pierce

Rebecca Pierce

Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initiative Non-Resident Fellow 2019–⁠20
Noam shouster

Noam Shouster

Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initiative Fellow 2019–⁠20
Rami younis

Rami Younis

Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initiative Fellow 2019–⁠20