SKELLY, JAMES M., professor, Centre for Critical Thinking; James M. Skelly is a faculty member at the Institute for Social and European Studies, in Köszeg, Hungary, where he recently received a New Central Europe 2 Fellowship for research on “Constructing European Identity and Citizenship" from the University of Pannonia. Dr. Skelly’s work will build on previous research as a TAMOP Fellow in 2012 for research on a new conceptual basis for identity. Dr. Skelly served as the Director of the Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies and Professor of Peace Studies at Juniata College in Pennsylvania from 2012 to 2015. Prior to that he was Visiting Professor of Peace Studies at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, and Coordinator for Peace and Justice Programming at the international education organization, BCA. He also has served as the Associate Director of the University of California’s Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation; New York University’s Centre for War, Peace and the News Media; the Irish Peace Institute; Academic Coordinator of the graduate program in Peace and Conflict Studies of the European Peace University in Austria; and, as a Visiting Scholar at the Institute of International Studies of the University