Briony Jones holds an MA in Poverty, Conflict and Reconstruction and a PhD in Development Studies, both from the University of Manchester. She currently works as a Research Fellow at swisspeace and is responsible for the research unit of their Dealing with the Past Programme. As part of the ESRC Knowledge Exchange Ways of Knowing after Atrocity: Methods use to Formulate, Implement and Assess Transitional Justice Processes she is working with partners at the University of Oxford, Kings University College London and KU Leuven. With research specialisms in citizenship, reconciliation, and the use of qualitative methodologies in transition contexts she joins this project as a partner bridging research and practice.
Jones, A Jeffrey and M Jakala, 'The Transitional Citizen: Civil Society, Political Agency and Hopes for Transitional Justice in Bosnia-Herzegovina' in O Simic, Z Volcic (ed), Transitional Justice and Civil Society in the Balkans (Springer 2013)
Jones (ed), Critical Perspectives in Transitional Justice (Intersentia 2012)
Jones, 'Exploring the Politics of Reconciliation through Education Reform: The Case of Brcko District, Bosnia-Herzegovina' (2012) 6 International Journal of Transitional Justice 126
Jones and L Ficklin, 'Recognising the Expression of Empathy as a Research' (2012) 5 Reality, Emotion, Space and Society 103
Jones, 'Understanding Responses to Postwar Education Reform in the Multiethnic District of Brcko, Bosnia-Herzegovina' in J Paulson (ed), Education and Reconciliation. Exploring Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations (Continuum 2011)
Jones, 'Who does this District belong to? Contesting, Negotiating and Practicing Citizenship in a Mjesna Zajednica in Bosnia-Herzegovina' (2011) 51 Transitions 171
Jones and L Ficklin, 'Interpreting Translation Practices in the Field' (2009) 6 Graduate Journal of Social Science 108