Dr. Sarah Rose-Jensen
Khmer Cultural History
Dr. Sarah R. Rose-Jensen holds a Ph.D. and an MS in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from the Carter School of Peace and Conflict (formerly the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution) at George Mason University and a BA in English from the University of Mary Washington. Most recently, she was a Professorial Lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University. Dr. Rose-Jensen has also lectured in the Krieger School at Johns Hopkins University and the School for Professional and Extended Studies at American University in Washington DC. Dr. Rose-Jensen’s research focuses on the development and development-related conflicts in mainland Southeast Asia, particularly governance of shared river resources and cross-border effects of development. At AUPP, Dr. Rose-Jensen teaches courses on gender and development, peace and conflict, research methods, and other courses in the Global Affairs program. Dr. Rose-Jensen completed a Fulbright in Cambodia in 2016, conducting research on the successful resolution of development-related conflicts.