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Flamur Vehapi

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Flamur Vehapi is a writer, researcher and a poet from Kosova where he was born and later exiled by the Serbian regime in the late 1990s.[1] After moving to the United States, he received his associate's degree from Rogue Community College in Oregon, and his bachelor's in psychology from Southern Oregon University, with a minor in history.[2] In 2013, Flamur received his master's from Portland State University in conflict resolution.[3]

So far, Flamur has taught at the following institutions:

Rogue Community College (Social Sciences Dept.)

Southern Oregon University (Sociology Dept.)

Portland Community College (Counseling Dept.)

and recently he has been teaching in the Middle East (Language Dept.)

His books thus far include Sfidat Jetike (The Challenges of Life) published in 2002 in Albanian, and The Alchemy of Mind published in 2008 and 2016 in English, both of which are in poetry. His most recent works are Peace and Conflict Resolution in Islam, and A Cup with Rumi.[4]

Talks and professional presentations given[edit]

Kosova: War and Revenge

· Resolutions NW: Peace Conference, Univ. of Portland, OR, 2011

East and West: Building Bridges of Understanding

· Portland State University, Portland, OR, 2011

The Balkans and Kosova in the 90s

My Story of War and Survival

· Rotary Club International, Ashland, OR, 2008–09

Religious Tolerance in the Balkans

· Rotary Club, Medford, OR 2008-09

Kosova: War and Survival

· Talent Correctional Center, Talent, OR, 2010

The Role of the U.N. in Kosova

Understanding the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict

· U.N. Week at Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR 2008-10

My Story of War and Survival

The Balkans Wars

· Rogue Community College, Medford, OR, 2006–08

Building Bridges: Prejudice and Tolerance in America

· Rogue Valley Martin Luther King Day, Medford/Ashland, OR, 2008–2013

Nationalism in the Balkans

· Southern Oregon University Hannon Library, OR, 2013

East and West: Building Bridges of Understanding

· King Fahd Military Medical Complex, Dhahran, KSA, 2014[5]



  1. Fattig, Paul. "Kosovo survivor: Seize the moment". Retrieved 2016-10-30.
  2. Guzik, Hannah. "Inspired by Kosovo War, SOU student writes book of poems". Retrieved 2016-10-30.
  3. "PSU International Cultural Service Program Newsletter". Retrieved 2016-10-30.
  4. " Flamur Vehapi: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle". Retrieved 2016-10-30.
  5. Library, Hannon (2013). "Hannon Library of SOU". Hannon Library. Retrieved 10 November 2016. External link in |website= (help)

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